Finishing top of their Euro 2016 qualifying group, England found themselves being tipped as one of the favorites for the upcoming tournament in France.
Before witnessing how Roy Hodgson's men will fair in France, let's check out their fine performance during group qualifier, by viewing the goals they have scored during qualifying stage.
Being the recent World Cup winner, Germany are considered as one of the strong favorites to win Euro 2016, despite a rather shaky start on their qualifier stage.
Nevertheless, Joachim Low's men still get through as group winner and before seeing their performance in France, let's take a look at the goals they have scored during qualification.
Disappointing news arrived for Real Madrid defender, Raphael Varane, as the defender won't be available for upcoming Euro 2016 due to a thigh injury.
In place of Varane, France's head coach, Didier Deschamps opted to call Sevilla defender, Adil Rami, who is immediately added into Les Bleus 23 man squad.
Winning the latest two Euros apparently doesn't give too much ambition for Spain national team head coach, Vicente Del Bosque, who will be more than happy if his side can reach the semifinal this year.
Embracing the upcoming Euro 2016 tournament, let's take another step back in 2008 and remember the action back then by checking out all goals from that year.
Euro 2008 was another memorable one since it was practically the moment where Spain football finally proving their potential as winner at major international stage tournament.
World Cup 2010 can be considered as one of the most memorable one in recent times, not only because it was held in South Africa but also practically marked Spain's dominance in world football with their victory.
Euro 2016 is just around the corner with all participating national teams already starting their early preparation before everything officially starts.
However, before football fans get themselves caught up in the action of France Euro 2016, it might be a good option to remember how things happened back in 2012 by checking out all of the goals that were scored back then.
Gearing up for an important football tournament in Euro 2016, it should be interesting to check out the latest major competition, which is World Cup 2014.
The World Cup winner, Germany will also be one of the main favorites to win the upcoming 2016 Euro and fans can remember how good they were two years ago with the goals they scored.
Getting closer to Euro 2016, UEFA channel continue to provide interesting and memorable moment that happens during qualification stage.
One of the most epic moment was Selcuk Inan's decisive goal for Turkey as his magnificent free kick with just one minute left in the game helped them defeated Iceland.
Russia national team head coach, Leonid Slutski has already picked his final 23 man squad for upcoming Euro 2016 and there were some famous names that didn't make the cut.
Among several absentees, the names who might surprised many football enthusiasts are Yuri Zhirkov along with Aleksandr Kerzhakov.
Italy's national team head coach, Antonio Conte isn't wasting any time in implementing his discipline for his squad for the upcoming Euro 2016.
Conte reportedly is keen on having his players in a top shape physical condition going into that tournament and for that reason he is implementing a strict diet rules.
An interesting news arrived from Albania national team camp as their head coach, Gianni De Biasi, opted to left out the nation's league top scorer, Hamdi Salihi.
The player's omission was considered a big surprise indeed, noting that Salihi didn't even make Albania provisional squad setup, which hasn't been trimmed into the final 23 as just yet.
Eden Hazard may not have the best of season with Chelsea, but that doesn't mean that his role in the Belgium national side will be diminished as head coach, Marc Wilmots remain confident over Hazard's quality.