Arsenal on Wednesday night boosted their UEFA Champions League hope with a deserved 3-0 victory over West Ham.
The Gunners were able to increase their possibility of top-four finish at the Emirates with goals from Mesut Oezil, Theo Walcott and Olivier Giroud.
Reacting to the victory, Ozil said the North Londoners have not forgotten how to win.
With the victory, Arsenal have moved to fifth position on the Premier League table with 54 points.
The host nation of the on-going Euro 2016, France, have humiliated Iceland 5 – 2 to qualify for the semis.
The French demonstrated their superiority, as they shocked the Irish on Sunday night.
Goals from Olivier Giroud, Paul Pogba, Dimitri Payet and Antoine Griezmann set France ahead of Iceland, as they dominated the first half.
Arsenal striker, Giroud netted another fantastic goal in between Iceland’s Kolbeinn Sigthorsson and Birkir Bjarnason goals.
France would contest for the final match’s ticket with Germany who earlier beat Italy 6 – 5 on penalties.
Germany had to endure a long stretch of penalties as they defeated Italy 6-5 in the third quarter final match of the Euro 2016 championship.
The game had ended 1-1 after 120 minutes of football.
Mesut Ozil broke the deadlock in the second half but the Germans’ lead lasted few minutes as Jerome Boateng’s handball in the box gave Italy a penalty which was well converted by Leonardo Bonucci.
The quality of their penalties were, however, not particularly good.
Thomas Mueller, Mesut Oezil and Bastian Schweinsteiger all missed for Germany while Simone Zaza, Graziano Pelle, Leonardo Bonucci and Matteo Darmian missed for Italy.
Germany goalkeeper, Manuel Neuer, who was voted Man of the Match, said; “I have never experienced a shoot-out like this. I think most of the Italians just aimed into the middle.
“The 1-1 score we conceded during regular time was a bit unlucky. But I believe we were the better side and are deservedly through to the semi-finals.”
The total of 18 penalties ties the record for most penalties taken in a Euro penalty shootout.
The record was set in 1980 when Italy also lost 8-9 to Czechoslovakia in the 3rd place play-off.