What an incredible finale to Group F. Portugal stay alive after a six-goal thriller and Iceland, who are in unknown waters in France, have booked a last 16 clash with England in Nice on Monday night. We're off to catch our breath. Meanwhile, the Republic of Ireland are in action in Group E. You can catch that here.
- FT: Iceland 2-1 Austria
- FT: Hungary 3-3 Portugal
- England v Iceland on Monday
- Portugal in last 16, Austria out
- Ronaldo scores two for Portugal
Here is a warning for England...
Roy Hodgson's side may have dominated possession and shots in their three group games, but in the last 16 they will be facing a side who have made an art of getting results from matches in which they have been (in stats terms) dominated.
Austria had just short of 70% possession and 23 shots to Iceland's 11 at the Stade de France but still lost.
The average positions of the players gives some idea of the balance of play...
Tom Chance: Roy Hodgson's tactical masterplan to draw with Slovakia to avoid 3rd place Portugal and get 2nd place Iceland instead.
Louie: I've never seen England go out on penalties to a Scandinavian country before, will certainly be a new experience.
Four third-place teams go through - and three have been decided: Slovakia, Portugal and Northern Ireland.
Turkey occupy the final spot, but will wait to see if one of Belgium, Sweden or the Republic of Ireland from Group E can do enough to usurp them.
If a Group E team does qualify from third position, then Wales will face Northern Ireland in the last 16.
If a Group E team doesn't qualify from third position, then Wales will face Turkey and Northern Ireland play France.
Got it? Good.
Sho Rahman: England fans all celebrating getting Iceland like it's a sure thing. Far from it. Will be a very tough game.
Simon Bignell: I reckon Iceland are happy to be playing England. They will be thinking they can win that one too.
John Petty: With Iceland's record of parking the bus and England's inability to break down a defence I guess we better all prepare for penalties.
Ex-England defender on BBC Radio 5 live
A good result for England. Realistically they could get to the quarter-finals without playing a team of any real quality.
Sean: I've never celebrated an Iceland goal before. I have now.
Michael: Everyone is saying it's better for England to face Iceland... But is it? Who has played better? Iceland or Portugal?
Luke: The England squad far more suited to countering attacking sides. Iceland will sit deep, we will struggle!
Former England winger Trevor Sinclair on BBC Radio 5 live: "They won't be worried about playing England. They will be happy to defend as a group and when they get a chance, they have been quite good in front of goal."
Portugal end the group stage without a win but do make it through to the knockout stages and will meet Croatia in Lens (20:00 BST) on Saturday.
Former France International on BBC One
The two games were great because all four teams could go through. I don't understand why Portugal didn't try to win the game late on.
We knew Ronaldo would score at some point.
It won't be easy for England against Iceland. You guys are scared of Portugal but Iceland - be careful...
England have met Iceland twice before - the last occasion 12 years ago when Wayne Rooney scored twice in a 6-1 win at the Etihad Stadium.
Former England defender
What a couple of games! It has lifted this room because we were worried about England v Portugal. It is a far better proposition for England to play Iceland
That Iceland goal means they now face England in the last 16.
Austria are going home.
BBC Sport at Stade de France in Paris
It is an on your knees job for every Austrian.
Euro 2016 - the kraken has awaken.
Ex-Wales midfielder on BBC Radio 5 live
What a break. The whole of Iceland was on the pitch for that! What an achievement, what a performance. Incredible.
Incredible scenes! Iceland are heading to the last 16! With pretty much every Austrian player in the Iceland half they are there to be hit and this is exactly what the men in blue do. Elmar Bjarnason charges away down the right and with three on one in the box he crosses to the back post where Arnor Ingvi Traustason slides in to finish. The smallest nation in the competition are making some serious noise!
The corner is headed clear and the keeper heads back to his goal. One more minute.
Christian Fuchs' shot is blocked and they have a corner. The keeper is up. All or nothing...
The ball is swung in to the Iceland box and Marc Janko rises to head the ball behind. Two minutes of the four are gone. Iceland clinging on.
Hungary are playing keep-ball. One minute remaining.
Ex-England defender on BBC Radio 5 live
The way this group has gone, both teams will be happy to settle with this right now.
The Republic of Ireland have made four changes for the late game.
More to come on that...
Four minutes are getting added at the Stade de France.
Up steps Ronaldo...and it's high and wide. Three minutes of added time.
The game is being played entirely in the Iceland half. But Austria can't find the space to create anything.
Free-kick to Portugal well outside the Hungary area. Cristiano Ronaldo is about to have a pop.
Jeers ring round the Stade de Lyon as Hungary keeper Gabor Kiraly has the ball in his hands and eats up a few more seconds.
One minute of normal time remaining.
Austria have around three minutes of Euro 2016 football left unless they score. Christian Fuchs chips in a cross but Ragnar Sigurdsson heads clear.
The final Iceland change sees Johann Gudmundsson go off and Sverrir Ingason come on. Any way to eat into more precious seconds.
I wonder how Wayne Rooney feels about facing his former Manchester United team-mate Cristiano Ronaldo in Nice on Monday.
It's five minutes away from happening.
We're into the last 10 minutes in Lyon. Portugal are going for it. A tired Nani is replaced by the fresh legs of Danilo - their third and final change after Renato Sanches came on for Joao Moutinho at the start of the second half and Ricardo Quaresma replaced Andre Gomes.
This was inevitable. Hannes Halldorsson takes an age over a free-kick and is booked for wasting time. Seven minutes to go. Austria need to score or they are out. Iceland clinging on to third place in the group.
David Alaba is finding his shooting boots. He fires a free-kick that looks like it might just sneak under the bar. It might have done but for the tip over from Hannes Halldorssson.
Kolbeinn Sigthorsson departs, with Arnor Ingvi Traustason replacing him. Fresh legs.