So there we have it, all of the home nations at Euro 2016 have made into the last 16.
The group stage wasn’t without drama, with Sturridge’s last-minute winner for England, and Gareth Bale scoring from, well, just wherever he wants to.
Northern Ireland won their first game at a major competition in more than 30 years.
But things could be about to get stressful as the competition moves to the knock out stage.
Wales will take on Northern Ireland on Saturday afternoon while England will play Iceland in the last 16 on Monday.
The Republic of Ireland are also through to the last 16 after beating Italy 1-0. They’ll play hosts France on Sunday.
Any of those games could result in a penalty shootout if it ends in a draw after extra-time, and whether you’re a football fan or not, it’s not for the faint hearted.
Dr Neal Smith and his team at the University of Chichester know everything about taking penalties.
They have their own laboratory and have worked with Cristiano Ronaldo to help him perfect his technique.
He’s shared the secrets of his team and the science behind taking the perfect the spot kick.
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