England's 4-0 victory against Hungary was overshadowed by the "unacceptable" abuse.
Now Britain’s most successful Paralympian, the swimmer-turned-cyclist first competed at Barcelona in 1992 aged 14.
Gareth Southgate has led the country to the same stage as the 2018 World Cup.
City announced that a fresh round of testing had “returned a number of positive cases”.
The 1986 World Cup winner suffered a heart attack on Wednesday, his lawyer said.
His wife confirmed the news on Sunday morning.
Susie Wolff has had a career of being the only woman on track, the only woman in the room. Becoming the first female driver in 22 years to drive a Formula One car at Silverstone in 2014, Wolff knew people had placed their highest hopes on her, while others were hoping she’d fail. After retiring from driving, Wolff has taken on a new challenge – the world of Formula E. As the principal for the Venturi racing team, Wolff is now a leading figure for this new world of electric race cars, and is aiming to make the championship more diverse than it’s Formula One predecessor. As Wolff likes to say, when the drivers are lined up on the starting grid, you can’t see who’s a man or a woman.
Whether it was the Queen parachuting in with James Bond during the London 2012 Olympics opening ceremony, or the hopeful chants of ‘football’s coming home’ as England made it to the semi-finals of the 2018 World Cup, there have been plenty of moments to remember in the world of sport this decade.
Chris Smalling and Romelu Lukaku pictured either side of the “dumbest of headlines” in Corriere dello Sport.