Gibraltar have won a competitive football international for the first time, with a 1-0 Nations League victory over Armenia on Saturday (local time) - after being mistaken for Liechtenstein.
The tiny British overseas territory beat an Armenia team, including Arsenal's Henrikh Mkhitaryan, thanks to Joseph Chipolina's 50th-minute penalty.
It was the first time Gibraltar - which had lost 22 competitive games in a row - had won a match, other than a friendly, since joining UEFA in 2013 and their players danced with joy at the final whistle.
Yet the night began badly for the visitors, when the national anthem of Liechtenstein was played before kick-off, prompting a disgruntled Gibraltar FA to take to Twitter.
"The Gibraltar FA is very disappointed to note that, prior to tonight's UEFA Nations League match versus Armenia, the national anthem of Liechtenstein was played," it tweeted.
"The Armenian FA has apologised to the Head of Delegation representing the Gibraltar FA in Yerevan for this oversight and an announcement has been made at the national stadium apologising for the error."
The blunder appeared to motivate the Gibraltar players, as they held out against the hosts - whose best achievement was just missing out on qualification for EURO 2012 - for the last 40 minutes, having had only 28 percent possession and mustering two attempts on target.
Armenia, captained by Mkhitaryan, had 35 shots - 10 of them on target.
Gibraltar's shock win took them level with Armenia on three points in League D Group 4, six behind leaders Macedonia.
Liechtenstein also have three points.