Euro 2016: the best starting XI from the last 16 players
Swansea and Poland goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski had a superb second half where he frustrated Switzerland. Highlights included stops from Derdiyok and Rodríguez.
France's defender Bacary Sagna was responsible for the assist for Griezmann to equalise against Ireland and put in a generally strong performance.
Germany's defender Jerome Boateng got his side off to a great start against Slovakia in Lille.
Iceland's defender Ragnar Sigurdsson couldn't have imagined scoring against England to help his team reach the Euro quarter finals. Here he is being jumped on by Kari Arnason.
Mattia De Sciglio (Italy)
Juanfran of Spain is tackled by Italy's full back Mattia De Sciglio who although starting the tournament on the bench proved to be very solid against the defending champions.
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Xherdan Shaqiri of Switzerland scores what's likely to be the goal of the tournament at the end of the 1-1 draw with Poland.
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De Bruyne (Belgium)
Belgium's Kevin De Bruyne was a class act as his side took care of one of the tournament's surprise packages, Hungary. Manchester City and Pep can look forward to him returning next season...although he's not quite finished yet in France.
Germany's Julian Draxler scored his team's decisive third against Slovakia as well as providing an assist. The opposition struggled to stop him doing his thing and his vision when on the ball was exceptional.
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Antoine Griezmann provided the two goals that turned around a shock in the making for the hosts against Republic of Ireland at Stade des Lumieres.
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Graziano Pellé put the finishing touch on an impressive Italian performance and was a constant threat - and nuisance - to the Spanish backline.