Mats Hummels' return to the German line-up in a major tournament was one to forget as his first-half own goal was the difference in a 1-0 win for France at Euro 2020 on Tuesday.
Held in Munich, the game was the group-stage opener for both sides, and the competition's first real clash of the titans as reigning world champion France looked to extend a recent string of positive results against the Germans.
France did just that thanks to Hummels' 20th-minute blunder, which ironically came following some calm, controlled play by his side. Despite the strong opening stretch for Germany, the French only needed a single moment to strike, and they did just that when a pinpoint pass into the area by Paul Pogba led to a driven square ball across the face of the German goal by Lucas Hernandez. With Kylian Mbappe lurking, Hummels attempted to sweep the ball clear while running towards his own team's net, but instead struck it into the top corner and past a helpless Manuel Neuer.
The goal seemed to awaken the French, who were the better side for the remainder of the contest. Led by Mbappe and Karim Benzema, who each had goals called off due to offsides in the second half, France was able to create several chances over the course of the game while also limiting the Germans to only one shot on target.
Germany eventually ran out of ideas after spending much of the final quarter-hour trying to penetrate a sturdy French defence, and Les Bleus held on for three huge points.
France takes on Hungary in Sunday's early match, while Germany looks for a better result later that day against Portugal.
DAZN News provided live commentary and analysis of the match. Here's how it all went down.