It's showtime in the European Championships. The initial euphoria of the league stages are over, it's time to get down to battle. (Read: Best Euro moments so far)
This year's last 16 line-up has thrown up quite a few surprises. Rookies Iceland, Wales and Northern Ireland have made everyone sit up and take notice, while the big wigs like France and Spain have seeded doubts about their invisibility. (Read: Why did Ronaldo throw the microphone?)
The tournament favourites Germany, France, Spain and Italy have all been drawn on the same side leaving the door open for the dark horses like Croatia and Belgium.