Goodbye for now!
An eventful night of friendlies, mostly so for England who will now have to sweat out an injury to Trent Alexander-Arnold.
France, meanwhile, head to the Euros in good form, while Germany and the Netherlands still have some work to do.
Until next time!
Saka: The biggest moment of my career so far
Bukayo Saka had quite a season with Arsenal, but he says Wednesday was the best day of his career so far.
The Gunners starlet scored his first England goal, leading the way in a win over Austria.
"Probably the biggest moment of my career so far, the biggest moment was getting called up for England the first time and now to score the goal it sounds nice, it's an amazing feeling for me," he told BBC Radio 5 Live.
"You dream of that as a kid, scoring for your country, coming through the age groups with England so to now do it here and score for the seniors it's an amazing feeling and I hope I can have this feeling many more times.
"Every game is an opportunity to grow in confidence and chemistry with my team-mates so today is another step in the right direction.
"It's a big honour to be named in the final squad, grateful to Gareth [Southgate], happy that I get the opportunity to represent my country in a major tournament so I'm looking forward to it a lot."
Low reflects on another poor result for Germany
Germany struggled yet again as Joachim Low marches towards his last tournament in charge, and the longtime coach says his team is still not a cohesive united.
"We didn't allow much at the back, but we made life a bit difficult for ourselves," he said. "We now have to have a few intensive sessions before the Latvia game, especially in the tactical area.
"The standard positions can be improved, defensively and offensively we still have to practise a few procedures. Some running routes weren't right, that's still the issue."
Grealish: I rang my mum right away!
Jack Grealish has revealed how he celebrated his England call-up.
"Unbelievable, something I will cherish forever," he told BBC. "I rang my mum straight away to tell her I'm number seven for the tournament.
"It was a massive moment, I'm going to grab it with both hands."
Benzema on his return
Keane compares Grealish to... Ronaldo?
Roy Keane was full of praise for Jack Grealish after England's win.
He said on ITV: "He is the star man, he makes things happen. He has courage and always wants the ball in tight areas. Like Cristiano Ronaldo at Portugal, you need players like that in your team. It is brave."
Deschamps: Benzema can save his goals for later
Karim Benzema's return to the France squad was ruined by a missed penalty, but Didier Deschamps isn't worried.
"Karim was unfortunate, but he was very present," the France boss told TF1. "A goal would have pleased him, and me too, but if he saves them for later... It was an important moment for him. Afterwards, he is part of a collective in relation to the way he plays. "
Southgate on Alexander-Arnold: It's not good
"We're going to have a look. It's not good to see him come off in the way he did," the England boss told ITV.
"We'll have to assess him over the next 24 hours. I think thigh but the medical team are assessing him. We'll have to see. It's not a good sign to see him have to walk off as he did. We'll know more in 24 to 48 hours."
Grealish: Alexander-Arnold injury did not look good
Following England's win, Jack Grealish confessed that he's concerned after seeing Trent Alexander-Arnold suffer an apparent injury.
"I am not sure what has happened,"he told ITV, "and it did not look good as he made his way off the pitch."
Grealish is only just coming back from an injury of his own, and the Aston Villa midfielder says he's starting to regain his fitness ahead of the Euros.
"It has been a great few days," he said, "Announced in the final squad was hard work for all the season and that was my aim. I have had an injury recently but to get 70 minutes under my belt is perfect.
"It was a bit of stress on my shin, a different type of injury but I am not concerned. I still need to keep on top of it and heel it after games that is why I had the ice one."
Final scores across Europe
Netherlands 2-2 Scotland
Romania 1 -2 Georgia
England 1-0 Austria
Germany 1-1 Denmark
France 3-0 Wales
Germany 1 -1 Denmark
France make it three
Ousmane Dembele is the latest French forward to get a goal as he makes it 3-0 for the 2018 World Cup winners.
Alexander-Arnold limps off
And a solid week for Saka as well!
Big week for Gilmour
Quite a week for Billy Gilmour who, after lifting the Champions League with Chelsea over the weekend, is on for his Scotland debut.
Saturday: Wins Champions League 🏆— Goal (@goal) June 2, 2021
Wednesday: Makes Scotland debut 🏴
Not a bad few days for Billy Gilmour! ⭐ pic.twitter.com/02evQqJQXr
Late equalizer from Memphis!
What an assist from Eriksen!
An absolutely lovely through ball from Christian Eriksen, who sets up Yussuf Poulsen for the forward's eighth international goal.
With that goal, it's now 1-1 as Denmark have stormed back against Germany.
Griezmann making his way up the France leaderboard
🥇 5️⃣1️⃣ goals: Thierry Henry
🥈 4️⃣4️⃣ goals: Olivier Giroud
🥉 4️⃣1️⃣ goals: Michel Platini
🔼 3️⃣6️⃣ goals: Antoine Griezmann
And a goal for France!
Saka scores for England!
The goals are starting to fly in, and this one will be a memorable one.
Bukayo Saka has given England the 1-0 lead by scoring his first senior international goal.
Scotland take the lead!
A difficult day for the Netherlands as Scotland are back in the lead!
Kevin Nisbet with the goal this time around as Frank de Boer's side now trail 2-1.
A scrappy one for the Germans, but they'll take it!
Ball looped into the box nearly falls to Kimmich, who can't get it out from under his feet, but it falls to Neuhaus for what really was a simple finish. No chance for Schmeichel in goal and it's 1-0 to Germany just moments into the second half.
Only three goals across five games as we head into halftime.
🇳🇱 Netherlands 1-1 Scotland🏴— Goal (@goal) June 2, 2021
🇷🇴 Romania 0-0 Georgia 🇬🇪
🏴 England 0-0 Austria 🇦🇹
🇩🇪 Germany 0-0 Denmark 🇩🇰
🇫🇷 France 1-0 Wales 🏴
France are in the lead, and who else could have gotten them there?
Kylian Mbappe has scored the opening goal in the 35th minute as Les Bleus now have a 1-0 advantage over Wales.
Kylian Mbappe moves above Franck Ribery on France's top scorers list with his 17th goal for Les Bleus 🇫🇷 pic.twitter.com/wNXgajfVMm— Goal (@goal) June 2, 2021
Seven years later, Benzema's penalty struggles continue
And now Hummels misses!
It's all happening in France!
Penalty for France thanks to a handball from Neco Williams, who is sent off for the offense.
However, Karim Benzema steps up and misses from the spot as he's off to a sour start to his return with Les Bleus.
Karim Benzema's penalty is saved by Danny Ward ❌ pic.twitter.com/I8arhgFgvi— Goal (@goal) June 2, 2021
Lively start for England
Chance for Muller!
Benz is back, too
A long-awaited return
Thomas Muller and Mats Hummels are in the Germany lineup for the first time since Joachim Low controversially began excluding them from the national team in 2019.
Memphis answers back
Meanwhile in Norway, guess who?
And we're all underway!
Frank de Boer's side concedes to Scotland just 11 minutes on a Josh Hendry goal.
The goal is Hendry's first international goal, and not a bad team to score it against, eh?
Kickoff in Holland
Southgate explains why Lingard starts
Despite being cut from England's squad for the Euros, Jesse Lingard has been named to Gareth Southgate's starting XI against Austria.
"Jesse has had a good spell with West Ham and is someone who has played so well with England," Southgate said before the game. "We have total trust in the way he plays, he is reliable, a great member of the group."
Bellingham becomes youngest England starter since Rooney
No Van Dijk, but still a strong Netherlands squad
Hummels and Muller are back for Germany
Meanwhile in Madrid...
Before all of today's games get started, Carlo Ancelotti held his first press conference since returning to Real Madrid, as he discussed the futures of Sergio Ramos, Eden Hazard and Gareth Bale.
An incredible lineup for France
And Austria's XI
Some familiar faces in the starting XI for Austria, including recent Real Madrid signing David Alaba:
Bachmann, Friedl, Hinteregger, Dragovic, Lainer, Laimer, Baumgartner, Schlager, Alaba, Sabitzer, Kalajdzic.
Alexander-Arnold starts for England!
The wait is almost over!
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The road towards the Euros is officially underway as several of Europe's top teams are in action today with pre-tournament friendlies.
Fresh off naming his right-back filled 26-man squad for the Euros, Gareth Southgate and England are set to face off with Austria, while reigning world champions France are set to take on Wales in what could be Karim Benzema's true return to Les Bleus.
Elsewhere, Germany are set to face Denmark while the Netherlands will take on Scotland.
A busy day to help kickstart a busy summer - and you can follow it all right here!