The first semi-final for Euro 2016 is in the books, with Cristiano Ronaldo leading Portugal past Wales. Next up is the heavyweight stoush between France and Germany...
Ronaldo rules the roost
Few had discussed Portugal as a genuine shot at winning this year's European Championships prior to the tournament getting underway.
Expectations were even lower after the team struggled to opening-round draws with Iceland and Austria.
But the Portuguese don't care. They are right where they want to be, one victory away from glory.
All the news and reaction is below.
- Match report: Portugal 2 Wales 0: Ronaldo shines to book final spot
- Reinvented Ronaldo and brilliant Bale will continue to shine together
- Ronaldo believes Portugal will win 'dream' Euro 2016 final
- 'Portugal is not all about me' - Ronaldo
- Cedric: It is all about winning
- Nani revels in 'historic moment'
- Joao Mario: I am living a dream, we hope to make history
- Ronaldo: This year is different to 2004
- Santos: I've always seen Portugal as a great team
Wales' Wonderful ride comes to an end
Speaking of low expectations, may we present Wales!
Tipped to lag behind England and Russia in their group, they instead finished on top and then set about producing the greatest run in Welsh football history.
Afterwards, players and coaches were lauding it as a landmark moment for the country, rather than a one-off.
- Bale: Nations will respect Wales after Euro 2016
- Coleman hopes for more from Wales
- Bale: Match-winner Ronaldo a natural goalscorer
- Proud Coleman rues Wales tiredness
The Favourites v The Champs
Next up looms as a superb contest between the pre-tournament favourites and host nation France up against the reigning World Champions and three-time Euro champions Germany.
There will be fireworks, there will be action ... will there be another penalty shootout?
- Playing at home puts pressure on France - Kroos
- Euro 2016 star Payet not leaving West Ham - Bilic
- Schweinsteiger will start against France, confirms Low
- Paris solidarity won't matter in semi-final - Low
- France's new generation will prevail - Jacquet
- I have not rediscovered Pogba as I did not lose him - Deschamps
- Lloris: France have evolved since World Cup defeat to Germany
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