Football: Euro 2004: 10 GREATEST FOOTBALL SHOCKERS
VICTORY over Portugal made Greece the unlikeliest European champions in history. Here are 10 other international football shocks.
Senegal 1 France 0 WORLD CUP 2002 The reigning world and European champions were brought down to earth in the opening game when Pape Bouba Diop bundled home.The hot favourites to retain their title crashed out without scoring a goal.
Cameroon 1 Argentina 0 WORLD CUP 1990 The unknown Africans had two men sent off but still beat the defending champions. Omam Biyik's soft header squeezed over the line. Incredibly Argentina still went on to reach the final.
Algeria 2 W Germany 1 WORLD CUP 1982 Lakhdar Belloumi's winner beat the champions of Europe and eventual finalists. Shamefully, Austria and the Germans then conspired to stop the Algerians reaching the second round.
North Korea 1 Italy 0 WORLD CUP 1966 Pak Do Ik scored the only goal at Ayresome Park. Even now in Italy footballing and other national disasters are described as 'another Korea'.
Northern Ireland 1 Spain 0 WORLD CUP 1982 Gerry Armstrong inflicted shame on the tournament hosts by thumping home the winner in Valencia for Billy Bingham's side, who triumphed despite having defender Mal Donaghy sent off.
Rep of Ireland 1 Italy 0 WORLD CUP 1994 Jack Charlton's unfancied outfit earned their moment of glory in New York thanks to a lob from Ray Houghton. …