The German manager neeed to adjust himself during the 2-0 win over Ukraine
It's difficult to imagine to pressure of having to go to work and having millions watch your every move.
That was the position Germany manager Joachim Low found himself in on Sunday night as he watched his side defeat Ukraine 2-0 in their opening Euro 2016 game in Lille.
As the reigning World Cup-winning manager, Low could have expected the cameras to have stayed focused on him for the majority of the game. It looks like he may have forgotten them as the tension increased.
Low was caught, not once but twice, as the Germans chased their second goal. After adjusting the front formation, the 56-year-old decided to change things at the back.
Germany's 2-0 win was the largest of the opening weekend. They play Poland on Thursday night in the Stade de France.