When former Swansea City bit-part striker Eder bagged the winning goal in the Euro 2016 final, disbelief was the overwhelming feeling felt by all who were watching.
When the ball fell to the Portuguese, it was clear that the French defenders were giving him space, expecting any shot he took to either be blasted into orbit or saved by the outstandingly reliable Hugo Lloris, but instead the ball found the bottom left corner of the net, and jaws everywhere dropped.
While nobody directly blamed him for the goal, it was strange to see Lloris beaten in the manner he was, but previously unseen footage has emerged that shows the Spurs keeper badly hindered by an injury he picked up moments prior to the goal in a collision with the post.
It looks like he clattered his leg off the post, and then couldn't get the launch he needed to get himself into the path of the ball.
A bitter pill for France fans to swallow, it seems very unlucky, and when you factor in the things that lead to Eder's goal such as a scuffed clearance after the initial free-kick, it makes it all seem that bit more avoidable.
Still, take nothing away from Portgual who managed to shut out the French and claim the title despite being statistically the worst team ever to do so.