Relieved supporters of Les Bleus, watching from a bar in Lyon, celebrate after France open the scoring against Nigeria.
Supporters in Strasbourg stop the traffic, including police cars, as they celebrate the victory that saw France into the quarter-finals of the World Cup.
In Paris, thousands descended on the Hôtel de Ville where the game was broadcast on a giant screen. The Local France was down there too.
This pic was taken moments after France scored their first goal.
There were chaotic scenes at the Hôtel de Ville as police struggled to control the crowds that spilled onto the roads as rush hour hit Paris.
Reinforcements had to be drafted in.
— Tom Williams (@tomwfootball) June 30, 2014
— Miriam Možgan (@MtM68) June 30, 2014
It wasn't a great view for everyone at the Hôtel de Ville on Monday, as this picture taken from where we were standing shows.
— The Local France (@TheLocalFrance) June 30, 2014
You can also check out the action at the Town Hall in this video from Parisian News TV.