After victories for both Belgium and Tunisia on Thursday night, the group stages of the 2018 World Cup are over.
After 48 group games and 122 goals we have seen some moments of high drama, and others of sheer ingenuity.
Cristiano Ronaldo, Lionel Messi and Harry Kane have all found the net in Russia. But who has scored the best goal of the tournament so far? We asked Sportsmail's reporters to make their pick...
Adnan Januzaj's brilliant strike on Thursday night secured Belgium victory over England
Oliver Holt - Lionel Messi (ARGENTINA vs Nigeria)
There have been more spectacular goals in this World Cup but this was a little piece of perfection.
Argentina's passing had been woeful up to that point but then Ever Banega conjured up a brilliant, lofted pass to Messi.
The way Messi controlled it on his thigh on the run, the way he took one delicate touch to move the ball away from the defender and a little closer to goal and the way he crashed it past the goalkeeper with his weaker right foot made the whole sequence a thing of beauty.
Argentina star Lionel Messi opened the scoring with a brilliantly-taken goal against Nigeria
Dominic King - Nacho (Portgual vs SPAIN)
Is there even a debate to be had about this? Lionel Messi's goal against Nigeria was glorious, Ronaldo's free-kick against Spain was dramatically brilliant but for the quality of strike, nothing has topped this one from Spain's right back.
It was in from the minute it left his boot. If it didn't make you jump out of your seat, there is something wrong!
Spain defender Nacho scored a stunning strike during his side's 3-3 draw against Portugal
The right back fired a unstoppable right-foot shot into the bottom corner in the stalemate
Laurie Whitwell - Cristiano Ronaldo (PORTUGAL vs Spain)
For the context, this edges the others. The dying embers of a magnificent match between neighbouring nations.
Then it is the freshness of the technique, not a knuckleball, but venomous curler that starts way wide and bends back wickedly to leave the world's best goalkeeper totally flat-footed. Lionel Messi's is a very close second mind, for the pure poetry of movement.
Cristiano Ronaldo netted a late equaliser for Portugal with a wonderfully-struck free-kick
Riath Al-Samarrai - Toni Kroos (GERMANY vs Sweden)
Wonderful finish, wonderful drama. Everything about it set it apart - the angle to goal, the bend on the shot, the context with Germany on the brink of elimination, the timing with almost five minutes of stoppage time on the clock.
Didn't save them in the end, but brilliant stuff.
Germany midfielder Toni Kroos secured a last-gasp victory against Sweden with a free-kick
Jack Gaughan - Lionel Messi (ARGENTINA vs Nigeria)
Lionel Messi's goal was sublime the other night, made all the better for being produced in such a pressured environment.
The first touch and then the poise of the second to set himself up will live long in the memory - particularly if Argentina go deep into the tournament.
Messi showed incredible control to bring a high ball down and into his path before scoring
Mike Keegan - Toni Kroos (GERMANY vs Sweden)
It turned out to be in vain but I'd say Toni Kroos' injury-time strike against Sweden for Germany has been the best so far.
Perfect execution delivered in a frenetic moment of incredible tension. Even more enjoyable now they're out.
Joe Bernstein - Ricardo Quaresma (PORTUGAL vs Iran)
Honourable mentions to Philippe Coutinho and Cristiano Ronaldo, but Ricardo Quaresma's strike with the outside of his boot against Iran edges it.
The World Cup is all about daring, and to attempt and execute a trivela on the big stage was fantastic. Besides, it was hugely important for Portugal that it went in.
Ricardo Quaresma's stunner secured Portugal's passage to the knockout stages in Russia
Matt Barlow - Toni Kroos (GERMANY vs Sweden)
A brilliant clear-headed free-kick in a moment of great tension to produce a thrilling finish and release mass euphoria among the Germans.
It seemed as if it might rescue their World Cup but it was not to be. No sniggering.
Kroos curled the ball home from just inside the penalty area to secure victory for Germany
Kieran Gill - Lionel Messi (ARGENTINA vs Nigeria)
The first touch to bring it under his control, then the second touch to set himself, then bang. All with the weight of an entire country's expectation on his shoulders. It was exquisite, and the ball over the top to Messi from Ever Banega was perfect, too.
A yard either side of the Argentine maestro and this goal might never have happened. Lovely to watch.
Sami Mokbel - Ricardo Quaresma (PORTUGAL vs Iran)
It must be hard being an attacking player in Portugal's team. Constantly overshadowed by Cristiano Ronaldo. But, for a minute or two, Quaresma stole the limelight with his sublime effort against Iran.
Edge of the box, outside of the boot, top corner. A beauty. Great technique, aesthetically pleasing on the eye. One of the moments of the World Cup so far.
Quaresma fired a brilliant curling shot with the outside of his boot to put Portugal ahead
Adam Crafton - Cristiano Ronaldo (PORTUGAL vs Spain)
That glorious free-kick, with the clock ticking down and just when his country needed him most.
When he gets those free-kicks right, they are unique and thrilling - the swagger, the stance, the showmanship, the power, the precision. David de Gea, like the rest of us, just watched on in awe as it flew past him.
Ronaldo's incredible free-kick that beat David de Gea completed his hat-trick in Sochi
Rob Draper - Lionel Messi (ARGENTINA vs Nigeria)
Messi. I know it’s not original. I would listen to an argument for Kolarov’s and Ronaldo’s free kicks. But, as I always say in these polls, ‘best goal’ isn’t scientific. It’s an emotional reaction to something extraordinary. On that score, Messi wins (though Ronaldo close).
The combination of just eye-popping control and deft manipulation of the ball with the magnitude of the occasion and the pre-game narrative makes it impossible to beat. Whatever, it’s surely the best goal a player-manager has scored? (Though Kenny Dalglish may run him close in this)
Ian Herbert - Lionel Messi (ARGENTINA vs Nigeria)
The geometrical pass from Ever Banega was the assist of the tournament so far. Messi’s control - first with his left thigh, then his left foot, and the strike beyond Francis Uzoho before ball had hit ground - took your breath away.
All this, while under the world’s microscope, trying to rescue Argentina from the near elimination he’d been blamed for.
Messi put Argentina on course for a 2-1 win that ensured their qualification from the group