The two giants of European football met in Bordeaux and it was Die Mannschaft who claimed a place in the semi-final.  Germany will face either Iceland or France in the Euro 2016 semi-finals after beating Italy 6-5 on penalties following a 1-1 draw in Bordeaux

Ashely Williams cancelled out Radja Nainggolan's opener before second-half goals from Hal Robson-Kanu and Sam Vokes gave Wales an historic win.

Portugal are Euro 2016's first semi-finalists after a penalty shootout win over Poland. Jakub Blaszczykowski's penalty, the Poles' fourth, was brilliantly saved by Rui Patricio and allowed Ricardo Quaresma to send them to the last four.

The former Inter pair will be reunited at Old Trafford next season - and the Swede is just what the Red Devils need to get back to their championship-winning best.

Two of the superstar's teammates will have to miss a family wedding and a mega-gig next week if they defeat a side that couldn't beat them in qualifying.

 Italy stunned back-to-back European Champions Spain to end Vicente Del Bosque's reign as La Roja boss.  Giorgio Chiellini's first-half goal had looked enough to edge past the holders before Graziano Pelle confirmed victory in stoppage time and boss Antonio Conte could legitimately claim that his side should have won by more.

No ideas, no conviction and no complaints – Roy Hodgson's men are heading home after a ghastly performance in Nice.

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Belgium, led by captain Eden Hazard, issued a statement of intent with a 4-0 victory over Hungary, to set up a quarter-final grudge match with Wales.