After weeks and months of expectation, England and France finally got their Euro 2012 campaigns underway on Monday in the penultimate match of the tournament’s opening phase.
In what was eventually a hotly contested 90 minutes, the spoils were shared by Les Bleus and the Three Lions after a thrilling 1-1 draw.
Both sides now walk away knowing that their final Group D positions rest on how they each fare in their remaining fixtures against Sweden and Ukraine.
However, neither the English nor French camps will be taking those fixtures for granted and improving upon Monday’s performance will be paramount for both Roy Hodgson and his French counterpart, Laurent Blanc.
With that in mind, let's look back upon those we saw in action in Donetsk and analyse the performance of the 22 players that were there from the first whistle.