Being considered slightly as underdog on their math up against Spain in Euro 2016 last 16, Italy proved all doubters wrong as they sent the two time defending champions out of the competition with a 2-0 victory.
Playing under a mourning situation due to recent attack in Paris, England's friendly match victory over France brought a little bit joy for Three Lions' boss, Roy Hodgson.
Speaking to the media right after that match, Hodgson praised his players for their performance, notably one of the recent call ups, Dele Alli.
Getting involved in a tragic incident doesn't seem to change Germany's head coach, Joachim Loew's support towards' upcoming Euro 2016 finals in France.
Although admitting that his recent experience of that horrific terror in Paris, during Der Panzer's friendly against France, is a terrible experience, but Loew still voicing out his support on Les Blues' appointment as host for that tournament.
Being labeled as underdogs, Hungary proved that they are not to be underestimated after grabbing a shock away win over Norway last midweek.
That 1-0 victory give them a strong advantage for their second leg battle this Sunday, but Hungary's boss, Bernd Storck warned his players that they still have a tough job.
Losing 1-0 at home in their first meeting against Hungary last midweek doesn't stop Norway from believing that they still have a strong shot at qualifying into Euro 2016 finals.
That believes was transmitted by the Scandinavian side's head coach, Per-Mathias Hogmo, who stated that his team have many top goal scorers, who can made things up in the second leg.
World Cup champions, Germany set to face an interesting battle this weekend as they play a friendly match against Euro 2016 host, France.
Der Panzer's head coach, Joachim Loew, is expecting a tough encounter, especially since Les Blues have improved a lot compared to their latest meeting in 2014 World Cup.
Only scoring one goal since his debut for Spain national team,doesn't make Diego Costa losing any sort of trust from La Furia Roja's boss, Vicente Del Bosque.
The Chelsea attacker will be count on this Friday as Spain play against England in an international friendly match, which is also a preparation for both teams upcoming participation on Euro 2016.
Wales national team are testing out their strength ahead of upcoming Euro 2016 by playing in a friendly match against Netherlands.
Although it's nothing more than a friendly fixture, Wales' boss, Chris Coleman will not be taking that game lightly as he wants his players to play like how they normally did in qualifier.
Hungary are gearing up for their upcoming Euro 2016 playoffs tie, but their head coach, Bernd Stork is taking away any pressure for his side by stating that they are not the favorite on the battle against Norway.
England's success in reaching 100% record on their Euro 2016 qualifier campaign brought many joyful experience for their players, notably Phil Jagielka and Jack Butland.
Both players expressed their delight following a comfortable 3-0 away win against Lithuania on Monday, which confirmed that perfect group record, and sees England head into next years tournament as the current fifth favourites at 11/1.
England's ambition to grab 100% record on their Euro 2016 qualifier was accomplished as Roy Hodgson's men defeated Lithuania on Monday.
Despite already confirmed as group winner, Three Lions remain eager to grab all three points against their opponent.
Being labeled as one of the world's best footballer doesn't seem to be enough for Zlatan Ibrahimovic, who also get himself involved in the music realm.
Just like his career in football, Ibrahimovic's music venture turned to be another success as the player has just received a gold record for his recent rendition of Swedish national anthem which has been streamed three million times.
Following the previous series about England, Football Daily channel brought in their top 10 list of all time goal scorers for Germany.
There are many famous names that even modern football lovers recognize, such as Michael Ballack, Lukas Podolski, Jurgen Klinsmann, Gerd Muller and notably, Miroslav Klose.