Italia 3-0 England at Juventus Stadium.
The match featured some of the best individual performances of the season for Alessandro Del Piero, Giorgio Chiellini, Mauro Icardi and Andrea Pirlo.
Italy 1-1 Spain at Real Madrid Stadium, Sunday, November 17.
The 2-1 defeat ended Real Madrid’s three-game winning streak against Italy, and it was a memorable one.
Lionel Messi scored a brace for Argentina against France, and Cristiano Ronaldo and Luis Suarez netted goals for the third time in four games.
Germany 1-2 Spain at Dortmund Stadium, Monday, November 18.
The 3-2 win capped a memorable afternoon for Jürgen Klopp’s men, with Mario Gotze and Joachim Low scoring goals in the first half.
Spain 0-2 Portugal at Madrid Stadium on Wednesday, November 19.
Portugal suffered a 2-0 defeat to Spain in the opening match of the Euro 2016 qualifiers, but Spain held on to claim the win.
Austria 1-3 Slovakia at Málaga, Tuesday, November 20.
Slovakia were unlucky not to secure a point at the weekend, and they will be very much looking forward to a return to the top of the group.
Brazil 1-0 France at Sao Paulo Stadium, Tuesday March 5.
Neymar scored the only goal of the game for Neymar vs France, but it was enough to secure the win in the Champions League final, as Neymar netted two goals.
France 1-4 Portugal at Algarve Stadium, Thursday, March 11.
The 1-5 defeat at the hands of Portugal meant the game was over.
The victory will now be taken by Portugal, and the game will be played on March 11, which means the French are still a little short of qualifying.
Ukraine 0-1 Austria at Donetsk Stadium, Saturday, March 14.
The Ukrainian side conceded three goals in a 0-0 draw, and were punished by a penalty shoot-out loss.
Sporting CP 1-8 Croatia at the Stadium of Light, Sunday March 21.
The last match of Euro 2016 ended with the hosts beating the defending champions, who had lost their previous three games, to reach the knockout stages of the competition.
Dynamo 0-3 Argentina at Real Estadio Mineiro, Sunday April 2.
Neyland scored a hat-trick as Brazil secured a 2.5-1 aggregate win against Argentina in their second consecutive match at the Estadios Mineiro.
Eintracht Frankfurt 1-9 Germany at Bayern Munich Stadium, Wednesday April 5.
The 2-2 draw between the hosts and the visitors at the World Cup in Brazil was one of the most thrilling results of the tournament, with both sides showing some of their best displays of the year.
Arsenal 0-6 Italy at Stadio Olimpico, Saturday April 10.
Milan’s 4-0 win over Juventus in the quarter-finals was a game that Arsenal fans will be hoping to forget in a hurry.
Viktor Orban’s Poland 2-4 Lithuania at a Stadium of Glory, Saturday May 4.
In what is one of those rare matches in which a European nation does not play a full match, Poland lost 3-3 in the group stages of Euro 2020, but this was the first time the two nations met in the last four years.
Russia 0-8 Ukraine at the Arena Stadium, Friday May 17.
Kiev beat the Ukrainians 4-1 in the final, but the match will have been a lot more interesting if they had beaten Germany at home.
England 2-8 Greece at Wembley Stadium, May 27.
As the title suggests, this was a massive night for England, as they scored five goals and created four.
Czech Republic 2-5 Iceland at the Stadion Maribor, Saturday June 2.
Mihajlo Koval’s team put in a strong performance in a 2+2 draw at the Aviva Stadium, with Koval scoring twice and creating two goals, but he had only one shot on target.
Fulham 0-7 Slovakia at the FA Cup, Saturday July 3.
Shane Long scored the winner in a 3-5 win over Fulham at Wembley.
Manchester City 0-5 France at the Etihad Stadium, June 4.