France 4-5 Yugoslavia
(Vincent 12, Heutte 43 62, Wisniekski 53; Galić 11, Zanetić 55, Knež 75, Jerković 78 79)
1960 semi-finals, Paris
A sense of the unknown prevailed as 26,370 spectators came to the Parc des Princes for the opening game of the inaugural UEFA European Championship. However, after 90 absorbing minutes even the most partisan home fan had to concede the future was bright.
There was little inkling of the feast to come as the game drifted towards half-time with the teams locked at 1-1; then François Heutte put the hosts in front. Soon after the restart Les Bleus doubled their lead through Maryan Wisnieski, only for Ante Žanetić to reduce the arrears immediately. Back came France, with Heutte's second of the evening making it 4-2, yet there was no denying Yugoslavia's flair; three goals in five minutes would turn the match on its head.
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