Portugal 2-1 Holland
A brace from Cristiano Ronaldo was enough to put Portugal through to the knockout stages at the Metalist Stadium on Sunday.
In what was a frantic first-half with chances at both ends, Holland took the lead thanks to a superb curling finish from Rafael van der Vaart on the edge of the area after 11 minutes.
However Portugal reacted well and started to dominate proceedings, with Ronaldo looking a threat throughout the game in Kharkiv.
And it was the Real Madrid star who levelled matters on the 28th minute, when he produced a cool finish to score his first goal of the tournament.
It was a more even second-half and Helder Postiga thought he had put the Portuguese in front when he placed the ball into the back of the net on the hour mark but the flag went up for offside.
A great chance for Portugal occurred on the 73rd minute when Ronaldo produced the perfect ball to Nani but his shot from close range was well smothered by Maarten Stekelenburg.
The Portuguese took the lead just minute later when they broke on the counter, before Ronaldo calmly finished to score at the near post.
Van der Vaart produced another curling effort from range which bounced off the right upright with just minutes remaining.
That was the closest they came to a second goal and it was Portugal who booked their place with Germany into the quarter-finals.