Portugal were crowned European Champions for the first time in their history as Eder's stoppage time strike silenced the Stade de France and broke the hearts of the host nation.
Portugal 1-0 France (Extra time)
Cristiano Ronaldo's early injury giving him a premature exit was the biggest headline of a drab 90 minutes in Saint-Denis, as both teams failed to inspire.
In stoppage time, Raphael Guerreiro hit the bar with a free-kick as Portugal, rallied on by the touchline presence of Ronaldo, pushed forward while France had not taken the lead despite close headers from Griezmann.
And when Eder picked it up from far out, muscled out the defenders then unleashed a strike to the bottom corner, the fate of the title was decided - and France's efforts would not phase Rui Patricio's goal as they marched on to victory.
As it happened