Two teams have secured their place for the next round of the tournament.
The European Championship is getting into an exciting phase. Saturday commenced the competition's knockout stage, and there were two games played, which means two have now confirmed their place in the final eight.
The first game held at Johan Cruff Arena in Amsterdam saw plenty of goals. Denmark were superb against Wales and thrashed them 4-0 to book their place into the next round.
Kasper Dolberg scored two goals in either half of the match before Joakim Maehle and Martin Braithwaite scored late to complete the demolition.
Kasper Hjulmand's side has made a statement and showed signs that they could become the ultimate dark horse in this EURO edition.
In another game, Italy came up against Austria at Wembley. The former European champions were clear favorites for many coming into the match, but it was anything but easy for them as Austria showed their grittiness.
Italy lift late to secure their place in the last eight. Photo Source: Middle East in 24 English
Italy received a scare as Austrian striker Marko Arnautovic headed the ball into the net in the 65th minute before VAR ruled it offside.
After playing a goalless draw in the 90 minutes, the match went into an extra time. Inform Juventus midfielder Federico Chiesa broke the deadlock and put Italy into the lead in the 95th minute, who was brought into the game by manager Roberto Mancini in the 85th minute. At the end of the first half of the extra time, Matteo Pessina doubled for Italy.