Iceland will face England in the knockout stage of Euro 2016 after a last-second winner against Austria delivered a 2-1 victory on a wild final day in Group F.

Arnor Traustason's goal deep into stoppage time helped Iceland pip Portugal for second place in the group. Portugal earned a 3-3 draw with Hungary after two goals from Cristiano Ronaldo and was in line for second in the group until Traustason gave Iceland its first win in a major competition. The underdog nation went undefeated in the knockout stage, drawing twice before its victory.

Iceland took the lead in the 18th minute through Jon Bodvarsson, who pounced on a loose ball in the box and finished past a rooted goalkeeper to give Iceland a key lead: 

Austria had the chance to tie it from the penalty spot after David Alaba drew a foul on Ari Skulason, but Aleksandar Dragovic, who was red carded in the opener, put his kick off the left post:

Austria did tie the game up on the hour mark through Alessandro Schopf, which bumped Iceland down to third place in the group:

Traustason won it four minutes into stoppage time, with a sliding finish that sent Iceland's fans and players into hysterics.

For up-to-the-minute Euro 2016 standings, schedules and statistics, go to our tournament home.

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