Two matches - Portugal versus Iceland and Austria vs Hungary - were held on the last day of week one of the tournament. One ended in frustration and the other in a shock win.
A Goal headline perfectly summed up debutant Iceland's match against favourites Portugal, "Ronaldo's Portugal freeze as Iceland start melting hearts". (http://www.goal.com/euro2016/en/article/ronaldos-portugal-freeze/1x8o0o7d5dsdm1xh8oa71fbqfn). Commentators were stunned by Iceland's first ever goal at a major tournament.
Debutants Iceland had nothing to lose, and it showed in the way they played. Portugal, on the other hand, thought they'd romp home to an easy victory. They were mistaken. Iceland may be making their debut but they are more than making up for the lack of experience.
The other match was a clash of two very different teams. Hungary goalkeeper Gábor Királ became the first 40-year-old player at the Euro. Oh! and he kept a clean slate. He was lucky though, as Alba;s first-minute shot bounced back off the post.
Austria's Aleksandar Dragović was sent off shortly after Hungary's first goal and then a second sealed Hungary's victory in their first appearance at a major tournament in 30 years. Last they played was in 1972. Austria were the favourites but they were out-manned and out-foxed by an aggressive and hungry Hungarian side.