Northern Ireland Can Go The 'Whole Way' - Lafferty

Kyle Lafferty believes Northern Ireland can "go the whole way" at the Euro 2016.

The team is set to play against Wales on Saturday, 25 June, after winning a place in the last 16.

Striker Lafferty admitted it will be a "tough game", however he said: "With our heart and determination we honestly believe we can go on and beat anyone.
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"It might take some luck along the way but every team in the world is due their luck at sometime and I believe if we get a little bit of luck we'll upset a few teams.

"It'll be interesting to see who wants it the most on Saturday. The way we have played in recent games will make it interesting and I believe we will come out on top."

Goalkeeper Michael McGovern said it would be an "amazing achievement" to beat Wales.

He said: We have had a taste of success against Ukraine and we want that again on Saturday.

"If we could get to the quarter finals of a European Championship, it would be an unbelievable achievement."


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