Denmark 1-2 Germany
Germany ensured their progression to the quarter-finals as Lars Bender's first international goal secured a 2-1 win over Denmark.
The Germans started strong and Thomas Muller wasted a great chance to give them an early lead when he fired straight at the keeper from only six yards when in huge space.
Germany were in control in the early stages and deservedly took the lead on 18 minutes through Lukas Podolski.
The new Arsenal striker was in the right place when Muller won the ball and made it to the bye-line, with his cut back landing at Podolski's feet meaning he could celebrate a goal on his 100th international appearance.
Denmark equalised only six minutes later, a corner came over and Nicklas Bendtner headed it back across the area only for Michael Krohn-Dehli to glance home to ensure it was 1-1 at half-time.
In the second half, Germany controlled possession but Denmark almost took the lead when Jakob Poulsen grazed the post on 50 minutes, and it wasn't until the 79th minute that Germany got the winning goal.
Lars Bender got on the end of a Mesut Ozil through ball originally intended for Miraslav Klose to score his first international goal and book Germany a quarter-final date with Greece, while Denmark were sent home.