Cristiano Ronaldo's Portugal made it through to the semi-finals on Thursday as the world star looks to win his first major International tournament.
Portugal were considered 20/1 outsiders at the beginning of the competition and have made it through despite not having won a single match.
A 1-1 draw with Poland represented a fifth straight even scoreline as Portugal made it through eventually 5-3 on penalties.
Friday's match saw Wales produce the performance of their lives to defeat world ranked number two side Belgium 3-1.
Goals from defensive warhorse Ashley Williams, Hal Robson-Kanu with a spectacular Cruyff-turn finish and Sam Vokes capped an amazing night and set up a semi-final with Portugal on Wednesday.
Germany found themselves pegged back by an Italian spot-kick late in their game on Saturday before both teams continually faltered from twelve yards in the shoot-out.
Sudden death produced a German victory in the end as full-back Jonas Hector put away the winning penalty for a 6-5 triumph.
The final game of the four saw France demolish Iceland in the first half before allowing the minnows to shade the second.
'Les Bleus' were 4-0 up at half-time before Iceland claim a moral victory in the second as the match finished 5-2.
France face Germany in the other semi-final on Thursday night.