WELL neither side was happy, but both teams were content, as the England versus France game in the Euro 2012 football championships ended in a 1-1 draw.
England went in front after Joleon Lescott headed in a free-kick from captain Steven Gerrard's - but France soon struck back with a powerful 20-yard finish from Samir Nasri.
French fans were not impressed with the defensive tactics of England, but considering the national teams new manager, Roy Hodgson, has had about a month to fashion a team, England supporters were much the happier.
Elsewhere and the growing support for the new President François Hollande is checked over by the BBC, who say that with a strong showing in the legislative elections, the Socialist party will have the support to push through changes.
The Guardian also looks at the vague rose sweeping over France and stress that while light on detail at the moment, François Hollande's plans will have to be delivered with 'quiet wit, sincerity and good intentions'.
With growing unemployment, and worries over just how far a euro goes nowadays, François Hollande has promised anti-austerity measures but how others in Europe take to this remains to be seen.
Airbus has said that its flagship A380 planes could be grounded for up to eight weeks if work to repair cracks in their wings is done in one go.
However, a spokesperson said they expected most customers to do the repairs step by step, as part of regular required maintenance checks.
Finally, the father of Mohamed Merah, who shot dead seven people in and near Toulouse in March, has filed a murder suit against the police unit involved in the shooting death of his son.