"The guys were extraordinary. I don’t have words for them, this is a magnificent group. There were no easy games and this one became very difficult, but then we dominated," Italy coach Roberto Mancini told Sky TV.
Belgium midfielder Kevin De Bruyne: "I think we tried everything to win that match. They scored a fantastic goal, but the first one may have been a mistake on our part. They had more possession and the ball didn't go in for us, which is a shame.
for all Ukraine fans, for the people who came here. We have a lot of Ukrainian community live in Britain. I know how much money they would be spent to come and I am very pleased my players gave everything tonight.
Gary Neville on ITV: "Kylian Mbappe has aspirations of being the greatest player in the world like Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi, and this is a bump in the road for him. The next few weeks will be a massive test for him.
Ferdinand said: "We hadn't won our opening game [at a Euros]. We got rid of that. We hadn't beaten Germany. We got rid of that.
"This team are breaking down barriers. Everyone was saying we're too negative, we don't take risks.
Netherlands head coach Frank de Boer: "They were difficult opponents, but I thought that we were better until the red card. We dominated the game. Denzel (Dumfries) reached the by-line a couple of times in the first half, and so did Patrick (van Aanholt).
"As a coach I couldn't be prouder," said Martinez. "We played against the best team in Europe in 'knowing how to win'. It was the biggest test there is."
Belgian football journalist Kristof Terreur told BBC Radio 5 Live: "We have been number one for 1,000 days but we haven't won anything.
Italy goalscorer Federico Chiesa: "Austria played well but we had our chances and we scored a couple of good goals.
"I think we deserve to go through. We are a group of 26 players and all of us are eager to help the team win games.
Joachim Low, Germany coach: "We showed great morale, but we also made mistakes. It was good to see that we fought hard until we got the equaliser. It was a nervy match. We knew Hungary would give it their all.
Portugal boss Fernando Santos: "What I really liked was the team's collective behaviour. When I was asked what we had to do that was different from the game against Germany and I said it was to be like ourselves.
France midfielder Paul Pogba speaking to M6 (via Uefa.com): "We're focused on our jobs on the pitch. We know we need to live up to our tag as world champions and come out on to the pitch with humility.