It's fair to say Wales' 1-0 win over Northern Ireland was not a classic.
It was probably fitting that a match short on quality was decided by an own goal, although if we're being fair Gareth Bale's fizzing cross was one of the few moments of quality as Gareth McAuley was forced into error.
The 75 minutes before then were, however, pretty hard work for fans.
-- Danny Baker (@prodnose) June 25, 2016
#WALNIR - poor game, real lack of real quality - like watching a Championship game...
-- Ian Jones (@IanLJones98) June 25, 2016
Judging by this tweet, the rest of Europe weren't glued to their TV sets either.
-- ran (@ransport) June 25, 2016
But what stuck in the grill of most neutral observers was the fact Will Grigg didn't get a run out.
-- Bleacher Report UK (@br_uk) June 25, 2016
The Northern Ireland striker has been one of the stars of the tournament... it's just he never played a minute.
The Will Grigg's On Fire song has been the unofficial soundtrack of the tournament, but European fans must be wondering what all the fuss is about.
Certainly Spain defender Gerard Pique did. He tweeted this after the game which, for those non-Spanish speakers out there, basically says Northern Ireland are out but we'll always have the Will Grigg song.
Irlanda del Norte eliminada de la Euro. Siempre nos quedará Will Grigg's on fire!
-- Gerard Piqué (@3gerardpique) June 25, 2016
Curious fans wanted to at least see if he was any good at football.
Will grigg never played one single minute !!!!!! Disgrace ??????
-- Bobby linn (@Blinn85Bobby) June 25, 2016
Will Grigg on the plane home then eh
Will Grigg's on fire, easyJet are terrified
-- Aylwin Gordon (@aylg1987) June 25, 2016
-- Wijnand Speelman (@wijnand3fm) June 25, 2016
Northern Ireland boss Michael O'Neill was even quizzed about it after the match. His response was pretty hard to disagree with.
-- Joshua Robinson (@JoshRobinson23) June 25, 2016
Fair enough. Still would have liked to see him play.