Czech Republic have kept their hopes alive of making the quarter finals of Euro 2012 by beating Greece 2-1 in Wroclaw while Poland drew with Russia in Warsaw to leave Group A wide open.
Two goals inside the first six minutes from Petr Jiracek and Vaclav Pilar gave Czech Republic a commanding lead against Greece.
The Greeks thought they had got a goal back when Giorgos Fotakis headed in from close range.
But the goal was controversially ruled offside despite replays showing he was level.
Greece did finally get a goal in the 53rd minute when Fanis Gekas capitalised on a defensive mix up between Chelsea goalkeeper Petr Cech and Tomas Sivok.
Later, Poland came from behind in Warsaw to draw with Russia.
Alan Dzagoev had given Russia a one nil half time lead - heading in after 37 minutes.
But a wonder strike from Jakub Blaszczykowski just before the hour mark put a smile on the home fans faces. A win for Poland against the Czech Republic in their next game would send them through to the quarter finals of Euro 2012. Russia meanwhile play Greece with a point enough to secure their passage through to the next round.