| Last updated
This is the moment German fans watched as Thomas Muller ran towards the goal... and missed:
Fans gathered at a Euro 2020 watch party in Berlin to catch the game which ended 2-0 to England - just in case you needed a morning after reminder.
The moment happened as England were 1-0 up. Muller got the run through the middle and was heading right for keeper Jordan Pickford.
As he took his shot, Pickford can be seen looking behind him as the but the ball passes the left hand side of the nets. Muller can be seen dropping to his knees.
Fans in the clip can be seen celebrating what they clearly thought would be a moment for their team to equalise. But that wasn't the case.
They were cheering and throwing pints into the air before quickly being brought back down to Earth as they started slapping the tables with many holding their head in their hands.
The game, which was played at Wembley Stadium, saw England beat Germany in the knockout stage of a major tournament for the first time in 55 years to advance to the quarter-finals of Euro 2020.
Which makes the reaction video all the sweeter... with respect, of course.
As the reaction clip started the circulate on social media, people were quick to respond with one saying: "Give me an England fan who wasn't s******* himself when he was running towards goal lol. I was!"
Another commented specifically on the reaction from German fans, writing: "I am putting this on loop for the rest of the evening."
Someone else added: "The best thing I have ever seen."
Raheem Sterling and Harry Kane scored in the 2-0 last-16 win, with 'Football's Coming Home' echoing around Wembley at the end of England's biggest match on home soil since Euro 96.
After the game, England manager Gareth Southgate said: "I think the players were immense. Right the way through the team they were immense.
"They have given the fans in the stadium, who were also incredible (a great day). I've been here with a full house and not heard it anywhere near the levels that the crowd found today.
"But they were behind every challenge, they were behind every time we pressed the ball, they were behind every run we had and the energy was incredible in the stadium.
"So, to be able to send them home feeling as they do tonight, to hear them at the end ... I mean, you can't beat a bit of 'Sweet Caroline', can you? That's a belter, really.
"But to know that so many millions of people after such a difficult year at home can have that enjoyment that I know we'd have given them today is very special."
Chosen for YouChosen for You
Most Read StoriesMost Read