Although their fans have gone home, they left a lasting impression
Fans in Iceland stole the show in recent weeks as they displayed great unity with the team, and made famous their 'thunderclap' celebration.
The impressive sight featured in Iceland's win over England, as well as their defeat to France, where thousands of fans stood and clapped in unison, lead by the players on the field.
As the hosts of Euro 2016 booked their place in the final on Thursday night, they decided to take a leaf out of Iceland's book and perform the celebration in front of their own supporters at the Stade Vélodrome.
The reaction to the blatant thievery of Iceand's celebration was somewhat mixed, with many on Twitter pointing out that they were just copying the routine that had made the small nation one of the stories of the tournament.
C'mon France, hey guys...you can't go stealing Iceland's thunderclap. #GERFRA— Ned Zelic (@NedZelic) 7 July 2016
Jesus christ France...you beat us, find your own way to celebrate your win! #embarrasing— Icelandic Football (@icelandfootball) 7 July 2016
France doing the Viking Thunder Clap = Game Over! pic.twitter.com/nRTd7ZgtLr— Daniel Kelly (@IsMiseDaniel) 7 July 2016
France taking the Iceland thunder clap... That's nice, hope they asked! 😉— Chris Downey (@cjdowney92) 7 July 2016