- 8pm: Germany 1-1 Italy - Germany win 6-5 on penalties
- Jonas Hector scores winning spot-kick after Manuel Neuer saves twice.
- World Champions will face France or Iceland in second semi-final.
- Leonardo Bonucci penalty levels after Mesut Ozil opener.
- Mats Hummels will miss semi-final after second booking.
- Germany: Neuer, Kimmich, Howedes, Hummels, Boateng, Hector, Khedira, Kroos, Ozil, Muller, Gomez.
- Italy: Buffon; Barzagli, Bonucci, Chiellini; Florenzi, Sturaro, Parolo, Giaccherini, De Sciglio; Pellè, Eder
- Portugal and Wales have already qualified for semi-finals.
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Well that brings an end to our coverage of this gruelling quarter-final. Germany joins Wales and Portugal in the semi-final after beating Italy for the first time in a penalty shoot-out. We're back tomorrow with coverage of France vs Iceland, but until then goodbye.
A penalty shoot-out lasting 18 spot-kicks which neither side wanted to win finally ends as Germany prevail and reach the semi-final. Jonas Hector scores the decisive penalty after Manuel Neuer made two saves. Italy crash out but with plenty of pride. Germany meanwhile march on to the last four, and will face France or Iceland.
Germany 6-5 Italy - Jonas Hector scores - Germany through to the semi-finals
Germany 5-5 Italy - Matteo Darmian misses
Germany 5-5 Italy - Jerome Boateng scores
Germany 4-5 Italy - Mattia De Sciglio scores
Germany 4-4 Italy - Joshua Kimmich scores
Germany 3-4 Italy - Marco Parolo scores
Germany 3-3 Italy - Mats Hummels scores
Germany 2-3 Italy - Emanuele Giaccherini scores
Germany 2-2 Italy - Bastian Schweinsteiger misses
Germany 2-2 Italy - Leonardo Bonucci misses
Germany 2-2 Italy - Julian Draxler scores
Germany 1-2 Italy - Graziano Pelle misses
Germany 1-2 Italy - Mesut Ozil misses
Germany 1-2 Italy - Andrea Barzagli scores
Germany 1-1 Italy - Thomas Muller misses
Germany 1-1 Italy - Simeone Zaza misses
Germany 1-1 Italy - Toni Kroos scores
Germany 0-1 Italy - Lorenzo Insigne scores
Bastian Schweinsteiger wins the toss and chooses to have the penalties taken from the Italy end. Bit of an odd choice. Here we go...
So we go to penalties after a quite torrid 120 minutes with rare moments of inspiration. Germany's record at this level is well known, while Italy's is a complete contrast. Big moments ahead of Manuel Neuer and Gianluigi Buffon.
Full time in extra time: Germany 1-1 Italy