Poland 1-1 Russia
Group A is wide open after Poland hit back to draw 1-1 with Russia thanks to Jakub Blaszczykowski's superb second-half strike.
In an entertaining match that saw both sides enjoy spells of dominance at various times, a draw was probably the right result in a game between two evenly-matched teams.
But the result means that all four teams in the group can now qualify for the quarter-finals going into the final matches at the weekend.
The co-hosts started brightly and went close to breaking the deadlock in the seventh minute when Sebastian Boenisch's glancing header was saved by Russian keeper Vyacheslav Malafeev.
Franciszek Smuda's side continued to press and five minutes later Borussia Dortmund striker Robert Lewandowski hooked a volley just over the bar.
Eugen Polanski had the ball in the net in the 19th minute but his effort was rightly ruled out for offside but then Russia started to take control.
Andrei Arshavin set up Alexander Kerzhakov who headed wide before Alan Dzagoev scored his third goal of the tournament, following his brace against the Czech Republic, seven minutes before the interval.
The goal was all about Arshavin's delivery though as his free-kick was just begging to be put in the net and it was Dzagoev who got to the ball first appearing to glance it in with his shoulder.
Russia almost doubled their lead before the interval with Dzagoev and Yuri Zhirkov both going close but they were to rue those misses after the break.
Just before the hour mark Blaszczykowski lashed a brilliant left-footed shot past Malafeev from the edge of the area to bring the scores level.
Both teams had chances to grab a winner although it was Poland that went closest with Lewandowski an ever-present danger.