Portugal and Iceland were the last pair of sides to have their Euro 2016 opener - and boy, was it full of surprises.
First off, Iceland's goalkeeper Hannes Halldorsson wore short sleeves which just didn't sit right with the viewers at home.
-- paul wolterink (@deptofdev) June 14, 2016
-- Dom Edwards (@domiedwards) June 14, 2016
Why is Iceland's goalie dressed as a referee? It's confusing me no end. #PORICE
-- Blouse (@Superblouse) June 14, 2016
-- Cult Commentary (@CultCommentary) June 14, 2016
When this tourney is over, Icelands goalkeeper Hannes Thór Halldórsson could play Ed Hochuli in a movie.
-- Matthew Friedrichs (@CopyEditComment) June 14, 2016
(That's an American football referee, btw).
Then, there was the *slightly* more shocking fact that Group F favourites Portugal only managed to take away a point against the Icelandic underdogs.
Nani's goal in the 30th minute was cancelled out by Birik Bjarnason's volley in the 51st minute - and fans were suitably impressed.
Iceland deserve sooo much respect, they are playing with their heart. #porice
-- kaan öztürk (@kaanozturk78) June 14, 2016
-- Glinders (@TheGeezerBird) June 14, 2016
-- PhilChiOn (@philme16) June 14, 2016
And just to really illustrate how much of an underdog the team are...
30 - Goalkeeper Hannes Thór Halldórsson had more touches than any other Iceland player in the first half (30). Director.
-- OptaJohan (@OptaJohan) June 14, 2016
All that being said, there was one very unsurprising thing that happened during the match: everyone made jokes about Iceland foods.
I've always liked Iceland. You always get the best deals on frozen sausage rolls #porice
-- George Alborn (@GeorgeAlborn) June 14, 2016
-- Simon Bunn (@gypsybunn) June 14, 2016
Including the company themselves.