Ivan Perisic, remember the name. In the 1998 World Cup, a striker named Davor Suker made Croatia a household name in world football. Don't be surprised if Ivan Perisic does the same in 2016. (Check out: Best Euro fans)
Spain took the lead by Croatia hit back twice to sink the Spanish armada. Perisic's 87th-minute winner not only ended Spain's unbeaten run at the tournament, it also relegated the defending champions into second place in Group D. (Read: Hottest men at the Euros)
In Paris, Germany missed a series of clear chances during its narrow win over Northern Ireland. The victory ensured the 2014 World Cup winner topped Group C and advanced to the knockout stages of the European Championship. Northern Ireland too, made it through by virtue of becoming one of the best placed third teams.