With the group stage of Euro 2012 now complete, 16 teams now becomes eight as we reached the quarter-finals of the competition.
But which Arsenal representatives remain in Poland and Ukraine? Ten Gunners headed to Euro 2012 - but now just six remain.
Theo Walcott and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain
Quarter-final: v Italy - Sunday, June 24
How they got there: Finished 1st in Group D
The duo both played their parts to help Roy Hodgson's men secure top spot in Group D, finishing with a hard-fought 1-0 victory over Ukraine on Tuesday. Walcott in particular proved a driving force behind the Sweden win, coming off the bench to score one and set up another in England's 3-2 win. Now they face an Italy side who finished runners-up to Spain in Group C in Kyiv on Sunday.
Lukas Podolski and Per Mertesacker
Quarter-final: v Greece - Friday, June 22
How they got there: Finished 1st in Group B
While Mertesacker is yet to feature in the competition, Podolski played all three of Germany's group matches as they won Group B in impressive fashion. The Germans finished as the only team with a 100 per cent record, beating Portugal, Holland and Denmark along the way. The tournament favourites face Greece in the last eight in Gdansk on Friday.
Quarter-final: v Portugal - Thursday, June 21
How they got there: Finished 1st in Group A
Tomas captained the Czechs to opening-day defeat against Russia but his nation rallied superbly to claim top spot in the closely-contested Group A. The midfielder picked up an injury in the second match against Greece, however, and subsequently missed his nation's final fixture against Poland. Tomas is battling to be fit for Thursday's quarter-final tie against Portugal in Warsaw.
Quarter-final: v Spain - Saturday, June 23
How they got there: Finished 2nd in Group D
Laurent did not feature for France in the group stage as they finished second behind England in Group D. But with Philippe Mexes suspended for Saturday's quarter-final tie against Spain, the defender looks likely to get his chance in the final eight.