Cristiano Ronaldo may have been forced out of the 2016 Euro final early due to injury, but that didn't stop him from celebrating as Portugal won its first victory at the tournament.
Eder scored in the 109th minute, beating goalkeeper Hugo Lloris on his right side, to give Portugal a 1-0 triumph over France, and Ronaldo was overcome with emotion.
The Real Madrid forward cried on the sideline, holding his hands over his face, as he joined his teammates in celebrating.
After the game ended, Ronaldo cried some more and shed his jersey.
He also raised the trophy and let out a scream.
It was the nation's first major tournament victory.