That's all, folks 👋
What next for Italy?
Italy end run of not conceding for 1168 minutes
FT: 🇮🇹 Italy 2-1 Austria 🇦🇹
THEY'VE DONE IT! Italy are through to the quarter-finals of Euro 2020, and it all happened in extra-time – after a gruelling 90 minutes where Austria really fought with their lives.
What a game, what a team!
One minute of extra-time...
Chiesa nearly makes it three!
Chiesa did well to float the ball into the goal after an early burst forward, spying the 'keeper off his line, but it's cleared by Austria.
Gregoritsch with a chance
GOAL!!!! Italy 2-1 Austria
AND AUSTRIA HAVE FOUND A GOAL IN EXTRA-TIME! Sasa Kalajdzi scores after Austria were awarded a corner, and he heads it into the roof of the net with a diving finish.
That's Italy's goals conceded record away and done with, then!
Sabitzer with an opportunity, wide!
Di Lorenzo with a great chance
Giovanni Di Lorenzo gallops forward all by his lonesome, but can't aim his shot on target. Wide! Though it probably doesn't matter, at this point...
What a moment 🇮🇹
Schaub with a great effort, saved!
That should be it...
That's an excellent finish by the Atalanta forward. Austria just looked to have collapsed after the end of regular time.
Looks of heartbreak across the faces of the Austria players.
We're now into half-time of extra-time, where Italy are just 15 minutes away from a spot in the quarter-finals!
GOAL!!! Italy 2-0 Austria
GOAL!!!! That's game over! Pessina scores to double Italy's lead in extra-time!
What a goal by Chiesa
And they celebrated with a goal 🚀
GOAL!!! Italy 1-0 Austria
WE HAVE A GOAL!!!! It's a rocket by Federico Chiesa to put the Azzurri in the lead in extra-time!
AT LONG LAST!
We're off in extra-time!
We're into extra-time!
We've got two halves of 15 minutes each ahead of us, and if that still ends in a stalemate, we're into penalties.
Here we go...
Italy claim penalty, awarded free-kick
Into the last dying minutes of regular time and Italy get a free-kick just outside the box.
Italy with a late surge forward
Berardi with a spectacular effort... that comes to nothing
Domenico Berardi attempts a bicycle kick from a good distance away, but it's way wide.
Both teams need to do something soon, otherwise we're headed into extra-time and potentially penalties.
Austria heaping the pressure...
VAR check over – no penalty!
Austria claim penalty
Insigne with a big chance
Sabitzer off target
GOAL DISALLOWED! Italy 0-0 Austria
It's been disallowed for offside after a VAR check.
Back to square one, then...
VAR has a check for offside
GOAL! Italy 0-1 Austria
Big chance for Arnautovic
It's Marko Arnautovic with yet another shot from close-range, but the Italy goalkeper saves comfortably.
Italy look to be making a change now...
Sabitzer's effort takes a deflection – wide
Bonucci header wide
Italy fluff their shot!
Spinazzola's shot blocked
Alaba with the free-kick, wide
What a chance that was for the former Bayern Munich man, who's in a great position to take the free-kick but ultimately sees his effort go wide of the post.
Austria keep probing!
Arnautovic with a shot
The forward does well to thread himself through the Italy defence, but can't manage to get hit shot away.
Italy have now managed to not concede a goal for 1,111 minutes.
But can they make it count tonight?
And we're back underway for the second half!
HT: Italy 0-0 Austria
Arnautovic penalised for a push on Jorginho
Austria defending with their lives
Immobile hits woodwork!
Pressure from Italy
Arnautovic with a shot from distance
And another shot from Italy!
Insigne with a shot, saved
Italy with a first real chance
It's been a pretty evenly distributed start from both sides, with Austria happy with how they've kept the Italy attack at bay.
Domenico Berard's shot is blocked, and that's the most Italy have really pressured the Austria goal after 10 minutes.
Lovely ball for Immobile
... that Italy failed to qualify for the 2018 World Cup.
But it looks to be a new dawn for the Azzurri.
And we've kicked off!
Here we go...
Man. What an anthem Fratelli d'Italia is.
Can Italy go all the way? 🇮🇹
Roberto Mancini's dazzling Italy side have emerged as early favourites to take the Euro 2020 crown, and their perfect start to the tournament has done nothing but increase expectation.
They Azzurri have been on record-breaking form, having played 17 hours and 35 minutes of football since they last conceded a goal.
It was Donny van de Beek who scored against the side for the Netherlands in a 1-1 draw in the Nations League in October.
Meanwhile, Italy are also on a 30-game unbeaten run – winning 25 games and drawing five – which has tied an 82-year old national team record.
Familiarise yourself with 'Fratelli d'Italia' 🎶
Ahead of Italy's showdown against Austria in just a little bit, why not take the time to read up on their iconic anthem "Fratelli d'Italia"?
The Azzurri stars line up and belt out their anthem with gusto and the passion of the players as well as the rhythm of the song makes it stand out from the rest.
The anthem's original title is Il Canto degli Italiani, which means "The Song of the Italians", but it is also known by the opening words of the song, Fratelli d'Italia, translation: Brothers of Italy.
Gareth Southgate's waistcoat could never 😉
🗣 Hjulmand: 'We had three games filled with enough emotion for an entire life'
Team lineups: Italy vs Austria
🗣 Bale: 'It's disappointing, that's all I can say'
Gareth Bale: "It's not how we wanted the game to go, from our point of view we started very well and then the game changed.
"We tried to play in the second half but made a mistake to concede which killed the momentum on our side.
"To finish how we did is disappointing but the boys are frustrated and angry understandably, I'd prefer us to go out that way.
"If you play the ball through the back of someone it's a foul, I felt the ref was influenced by the supporters here.
"It's disappointing that's all I can say.
"We've missed an opportunity but I can't fault the effort and that's the minimum requirement, I'm proud of them still."
So... has he? 🤭
Has Gareth Bale just played his last game for Wales? 🤔
The Real Madrid star was asked about his future – particularly his international future – in the post-match press conference, but he left before answering.
So who knows at this point, really!
What an emotional journey it's been for Denmark ❤️
Not the impression Wales wanted to make
🏴 Wales 0-4 Denmark 🇩🇰
What a result for Denmark - they storm through to the quarter-finals of Euro 2020!
Goal for Denmark!
We are still waiting...
Goal is it?
Martin Braithwaite strokes the ball into the net but he is ruled offside.
VAR is having a look though as it looked close.....
Red card! 🟥
Harry Wilson is sent off!
It's all falling apart for Wales now - though it looks harsh to me. It was a cynical, late, frustrated hack on the Denmark player, but it didn't look dangerous.
Goal for Denmark!
It is three now!! And it's the impressive Joakim Maehle who has got it!
The Atalanta player collects the ball at the far post, cuts inside onto his left foot and blasts the ball into the roof of the net!
Off the post!
It should be three!
Denmark take a corner short and when the ball comes in Mathias Jensen's header hits the post and Martin Braithwaite cannot get the rebound on target!
Wales look tired and beaten - do they have anything left?
Martin Braithwaite takes....
....but he fires it well over....
🟨 yellow card
David Brooks has only been on the pitch a minute but he is booked already for crudely hacking down Andreas Cornelius as he sprinted towards goal.
Free-kick Denmark 25 yards out....
Simon Kjaer cannot continue and is replaced by Joachim Andersen. Nicolai Boilesen also comes on for Jens Stryger Larsen.
For Wales, Kieffer Moore and Dan James are replaced by Tyler Roberts and David Brooks.
Will those changes make a difference? 13 minutes left for Wales to get back into it.
Wales cannot break through
Simon Kjaer has been a rock in the centre of defence for Denmark this tournament and he is once again in the right place to clear Gareth Bale's cross from the left.
Minutes later he goes down clutching his hamstring. He's not the only one, there looks to be some tired legs out there.
..for Kasper Dolberg as he makes his way off the pitch to be replaced by Andreas Cornelius.
His two goals look to have sent Denmark through to the last eight.
Time for some changes
Denmark: Mikkel Damsgaard and Thomas Delaney are replaced by Christian Norgaard and Mathias Jensen.
Wales: Harry Wilson is on for Joe Morrell
Another half chance for Wales
Wales have an opportunity to get back into the game when Gareth Bale rises highest to meet a cross from the right, but his header drifts well wide.
Following in famous footsteps...
Wales not happy
Goal for Denmark! 🇩🇰
It's Kasper Dolberg again!! But it's some disastrous defending by Wales.
Martin Braithwaite breaks into the right-hand side of the area and fizzes in a low cross that Neco Williams can only clear right into the path of Dolberg, who blasts the ball past Danny Ward!
Classy gesture from Wales pre-kick-off
Denmark deservedly ahead
After a bright start, it turned into something of a nightmare half for Wales.
Denmark slowly grew into the game and deservedly took the lead thanks to a fine strike from Kasper Dolberg. They carried that momentum through the rest of the half and they could have easily added to their lead.
To make things worse for Wales, Connor Roberts was forced off with what looked like a groin injury.
Plenty of work ahead for Robert Page at half-time.
Into stoppage time
Another chance for Denmark as Joakim Maehle's effort from a tight angle is pushed behind by Danny Ward.
Two minutes will be added on at the end of the half. You suspect Wales are desperate to get into that dressing room to regroup.
Sub for Wales
Another booking 🟨
This time for Kieffer Moore, who caught Simon Kjaer with his elbow on his way down after winning the ball in the air.
Looked harsh to me. It's Moore's second booking of the tournament though so if Wales make it through he will be suspended for the quarter-final.
Injury for Wales
This doesn't look good for Wales.
Connor Roberts goes sprinting after the ball down the right touchline, fails to get there and goes down holding his groin. He is down getting treatment off the pitch, but it seems like he will not be able to continue.
Denmark dangerous from distance
Denmark now on top
The Johan Cruijff Arena is buzzing now after that goal!
Denmark nearly score again as Mikkel Damsgaard does well down the left and his low cross is flicked towards goal by Dolberg, but Danny Ward does well to save at close range.
Wales need to try and draw the sting out of the game for the next 10 minutes or risk falling further behind.
Goal for Denmark! 🇩🇰
What a strike by Kasper Dolberg!!
The Nice forward collects the ball just outside the box, opens up his body bends a lovely strike around two Wales defenders and beyond the dive of Danny Ward!
Yellow card 🟨
Joe Rodon is the first player to be booked for dragging Kasper Dolberg to the floor as the Denmark forward looked to break.
Rodon isn't happy but I'm not sure he can have many complaints about that.
A first bit of sustained pressure from Denmark as they win a string of corners in quick succession. Wales stand strong though, with striker Kieffer Moore proving to be equally effective as a defender.
...there's another half-chance for Aaron Ramsey, who collects Gareth Bale's searching pass and fires in a shot from the edge of the box that deflects off a defender and very nearly falls into the path of Kieffer Moore, but Kasper Schmeichel is quick off his line to claim.
Bright start this by Wales.
Wales on top 🏴
Kasper Dolberg does well to skip away from Joe Morrell but sends a wild shot way off target and over the bar.
Minutes later, Gareth Bale cuts inside from the right and fires in a fizzing effort that swerves just wide of Kasper Schmeichel's right-hand post!
A warning for Denmark!
Bright start from both teams
There's a wonderful atmosphere inside the Johan Cruijff Arena, with both teams starting on the front foot.
Wales win an early corner that's lofted to the far post, but Jannik Vestergaard does well to head clear.
Kick-off on the way
Two stirring renditions of the respective national anthems and we are good to go.
A reminder of the two teams:
Denmark: Schmeichel; Christensen, Kjaer, Vestergaard; Stryger Larsen, Hojbjerg, Delaney, Maehle; Damsgaard, Dolberg, Braithwaite.
Wales: Ward; C. Roberts, Mepham, Rodon, B. Davies; Allen, Morrell; Bale, Ramsey, James; Moore.
Here come the teams...
A busy evening for Danny Ward?
Emotion driving Denmark on
It has been a hugely emotional few weeks for the Denmark players, who had to deal with the shock of team-mate Christian Eriksen collapsing on the pitch during their opening group game against Finland.
Thankfully the Inter midfielder is recovering and the emotion of that day looks to have brought the squad closer together - culminating in that stunning 4-1 win against Russia that sealed their place in the knockout stages.
They will take some beating this evening.
Denmark fans making their voices heard
'Don’t underestimate the character of a Welshman'
Interim Wales manager Robert Page has warned anyone who may underestimate his side in the knockout stages.
Page also commended the team for expertly managing travel and Covid-19 precautions to this point, and he feels they can continue to exceed expectations behind star men Gareth Bale and Aaron Ramsey.
"I’m really proud of the group and I’m looking forward to the last 16," Page said. "It’s phenomenal, the character we have in the changing room. Don’t underestimate the character of a Welshman.
“It’s not been easy because we’ve had to go to Baku [to play Switzerland and Turkey], travel to Italy and now we’re going to Amsterdam.
“On paper, it seems like a great idea to have it all over Europe but logistically it is an absolute nightmare. And then you throw Covid into the mix as well."
Three changes for Wales 🏴 Two for Denmark 🇩🇰
Wales make three changes to the side beaten by Italy in their final group game last weekend.
Chris Mepham, Ben Davies and Kieffer Moore all return after being rested against Italy. Chris Gunter and Neco Williams drop to the bench, while Ethan Ampadu is suspended after his dismissal against the Italians.
Denmark make two changes to the team which beat Russia 4-1 in midweek. Wing-back Jens Stryger Larsen comes in Daniel Wass and forward Kasper Dolberg replaces Yusuff Poulsen.
After a whole TWO DAYS without matches (how long did that feel?) Euro 2020 resumes with the first two quarter-finals.
Later on we will see Italy against Austria at Wembley. First, though, it's Wales versus Denmark.
It should be a cracker! 🔥