England progressed from Group D after a hard-fought win over Ukraine, while Sweden made France suffer in a 2-0 reversal.
There was also a controversial moment in Donetsk, when Ukraine appeared to have scored an equaliser, reigniting the goal-line technology debate.
Keith Downie and Thom Watt reflect on the last games from Group D, looking at the return of Wayne Rooney, how much Ukraine missed Shevchenko, the influence of Zlatan Ibrahimovic and a bit of an English captain conundrum.
On our Euro 2012 site, we go beyond the headlines with our own unique take on events, as well as hearing from our panel of experts from around Europe.
STV Sport will also bring you live action throughout the tournament with games shown online throughout the month and, if you miss anything, we will have highlights and goals so you can remain up to date with all the action.
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