Obviously we all want our nations to score goals at the Euros - but arguably, no country wanted it more than Albania, who made history on Sunday night by clinching their maiden win at a major tournament.
Unbelievably, Albania had never scored a goal at a major tournament before now, never mind win a game.
And to be honest, after being totally dominated in the first 15 or so minutes against Romania at the Grand Stade in Decines-ÂCharpieu, near Lyon, it didn't look like that was going to change.
But then, two minutes before half-time, this happened.
-- Joe Scott (@litanyoftittery) June 19, 2016
-- Matt Murphy (@Matt__Murphy) June 19, 2016
-- Anthony Rhodes (@AnthonyRhodes9) June 19, 2016
Delighted for Albania. Unlucky to have lost their first two games without scoring and deserve the lead in this one. #ROMALB
-- Andrew Alcock (@andy_alcock) June 19, 2016
-- Vigan Qorrolli (@ViganQorrolli) June 19, 2016
-- Luke (@lukerbl) June 19, 2016
This was the moment Armando Sadiku's went in - yeah, the keeper was basically nowhere near to saving it.
And rightly so, it led to one big old celebration - possibly one of the best in France so far.
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-- Paul Woodgate (@pjwoodgate) June 19, 2016
-- Purview (@abdul_semi) June 19, 2016
Albania then went on to defend well for the rest of the game.
-- Adam Schipper (@Adam_J_Schipper) June 19, 2016
And ended up winning 1-0. Which also means Romania are officially out of the Euros BTW. Albania, meanwhile, are still in the hunt to qualify as one of the best third-placed teams, so there could be more excitement to come for them yet...
-- IPSWICH TOWN Bible (@ITFC_bible) June 19, 2016
Yeah, just in case you hadn't got it by now, that goal is a massive deal for Albania.
The amount of children that are going to be called Sadiku because of this historic goal ?
-- Albanian Polls (@Albaenians) June 19, 2016