England goalkeeper Jordan Pickford saves a penalty from Colombia’s Carlos Bacca during the FIFA World Cup 2018, round of 16 match at the Spartak Stadium, Moscow.

Belgium, England and Sweden completed the quarter-final line up with dramatic victories in their last 16 ties.

Belgium 3-2 Japan

Belgium recovered from 2-0 down to defeat Japan as Nacer Chadli’s last second goal clinched the Red Devils’ place in the last eight.

After a slow opening 45 minutes the game erupted into life when Genki Haraguchi gave Japan a shock lead, racing onto Gaku Shibasaki’s long ball and beating Thibaut Courtois.

It was soon 2-0 when Takashi Inui unleashed a 25-yard strike which left Courtois beaten.

Rattled, Belgium manager Roberto Martinez threw on Marouane Fellaini and Chadli to chase the game.

Jan Vertonghen pulled one back with a looping header at the back post before Fellaini headed home from an Eden Hazard cross to draw the sides level.

As the game looked set for extra time Japan had one last corner to try and earn a famous victory but instead Courtois claimed easily and set Belgium off on a counter attack

Kevin De Bruyne charged into the Japan half and as the defenders struggled to recover De Bruyne found Thomas Meunier who crossed for Chadli to stroke home the winner.

Sweden 1-0 Switzerland

Sweden set up a quarter-final tie with England after Emil Forsberg’s goal was enough to see off Switzerland.

In a game that will be remembered for both sides missing numerous big chances it was Sweden that did enough to reach the last eight for the first time 1994.

Yann Sommer in the Swiss goal had denied Marcus Berg in the first half with an excellent save.

Forsberg made the breakthrough midway through the second half when his shot deflected off Manuel Akanji and left Sommer helpless.

Late on Switzerland were reduced to 10 men Michael Lang blatantly shoved Martin Olsson who was clean through on goal.

England 1-1 Colombia AET (England win 4-3 on penalties)

England were victorious in a penalty shoot out for the first time at a World Cup as they knocked out Colombia in a scrappy last 16 tie.

Harry Kane gave England the lead, and strengthened his grip on the golden boot, from the penalty spot after he had been fouled by Carlos Sanchez.

It looked as though this would be enough as England held firm against Colombia’s late charge.

But after Jordan Pickford had acrobatically saved a Colombian effort Yerry Mina headed home from the resulting corner to send the game into extra time.

Substitute Danny Rose went close to winning it for England in the extra 30 minutes but his effort went just wide of David Ospina’s goal and penalties were needed to separate the sides.

After Radamel Falcao, Kane, Juan Cuadrado, Marcus Rashford and Luis Muriel had converted their spot kicks Jordan Henderson handed Colombia the advantage as Ospina parried away his tame effort.

Mateus Uribe stepped up for Colombia but saw his effort crash against the bar and Kieran Trippier brought England level.

Carlos Bacca was next up for Colombia and was denied by Pickford’s strong left arm, giving Eric Dier the opportunity to send England into the last eight.

Dier stepped up and slotted the ball into the bottom left corner cueing pandemonium as England secured a historic victory.