An enthralling set of second-round ties were rounded off yesterday, with England rising to the occasion to defeat Germany 2-0 at Wembley Stadium, and Ukraine booking their place in the quarter-finals with a 2-1 extra-time win against Sweden.
Earlier in the round, a truly memorable evening of football saw Spain defeat Croatia 5-3, and Switzerland dump world champions France out of the competition on penalties. While, likes of Italy, Belgium, Denmark and the Czech Republic also booked their last-16 spots.
Ahead of the eagerly-anticipated quarter-finals getting underway on Friday, we've taken a look at stats experts WhoScored's team of the tournament so far.
Here's our rundown of the players who, based on a wealth of data, make the best starting XI of Euro 2020:
1. GK: Lukas Hradecky - 7.5/10
Alas, Finland never made it out of the group, but their goalkeeper did everything he could to keep their dreams alive. Across their three games, he made an impressive 13 saves, as well as keeping a clean sheet and saving a penalty in their opening 1-0 win over Denmark. Photo: Lars Baron
2. RB: Cesar Azpilicueta - 7.7/10
The Chelsea skipper has only featured twice in the tournament so far, which could explain his rather lofty 7.7/10 average rating. He kept a clean sheet in the 5-0 drubbing of Slovakia, and scored a vital header in their last-16 win against Croatia. Photo: JONATHAN NACKSTRAND
3. CB: Harry Maguire - 7.5/10
Like Azpilicueta, he's only played two games at the tournament so far, but what a two games they were! The granite-headed Man Utd captain put in a heroic performance in the 2-0 win over Germany, and walked away with the MOTM award. Photo: Catherine Ivill
4. CB: John Stones - 7.2/10
Two England centre-backs in the team of the tournament so far? That'll do nicely! Questions were understandably raised over the Man City defender's error-prone nature before the competition began, but he's not put a foot wrong so far. Photo: JUSTIN TALLIS