The quarter-final action is rolling along thick and fast, as Wales came from behind to stun Belgium 3-1. FourFourTwo casts an eye back to the game as well as those ahead, including a tantalising Germany-Italy showdown...
Wales are now Euro 2016's second confirmed semi-finalists after they produced a stunning come-from-behind win against Belgium, emerging 3-1 victors.
Marc Wilmots men were amongst the favourites of the tournament but wilted away despite Radja Nainggolan firing them into the lead.
Wales only got stronger after going behind and it was they who took the plaudits by the end as Ashley Williams, Hal Robson-Kanu and Sam Vokes put their illustrious opponents to the sword!
- Wales 3 Belgium 1: Robson-Kanu, Vokes seal thrilling quarter-final triumph
- Taylor: Portugal probably wanted Wales – they won't now
- Coleman: Wales bossed it after going behind
- Wilmots: Strategy was not the problem
- Allen: It will take something special to stop Wales
- Coleman: We must remember where we came from
Elsewhere among the quarter-finalists:
Germany v Italy, 3am Sunday, SG time
- Germany v Italy: Kroos calls on Khedira knowledge for Azzurri test
- Buffon: It would be offensive to compare myself to Neuer
- Germany the most complete side in the world – Conte
- Germany midfielder Ozil out to end Italy woe
- Low not surprised by impressive Italy
France v Iceland, 3am Monday, SG time
- France v Iceland: Bodvarsson sees Les Bleus as step up from England
- Reluctant father figure Evra defends Pogba
- Iceland emulating Leicester City would delight Hallgrimsson
- Sagna: I don't want to upset the French public
- Evra pledges to respect Iceland after England shock
- 'Lineker does not know what he is talking about' – Raiola defends Pogba
Elsewhere around Europe:
- UEFA open disciplinary proceedings against Portugal and Poland
- Pardew: I want to manage England – but not now
- Fonte: Man United will regret missing out on Sanches
- Nawalka: Poland should be proud of Euro 2016 exploits
- Ronaldo dreaming of Euro 2016 glory
- Rodgers rejects England talk
- Del Bosque: I sent a message to the whole squad, except Casillas
- No lack of desire with Englan – Lampard
- Ibrahimovic arrival makes Manchester the 'capital of football' – Vieira
- Ranieri: English football is not in crisis
FourFourTwo have also teamed up with Singapore Pools to produce an exclusive daily video reviewing and previewing every day of the tournament.
Keep checking back to our Euro 2016 Daily Bulletin every day, where you will find match previews, all the latest news and results from overnights, plus plenty of great feature stories.
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