France beat rival Germany, 2-0, in a friendly Friday night at Paris’s Stade de France, finishing the game just as shootings and explosions were reported in the city. Three explosions went off near the stadium, two of which occurred in the game’s first half and one of which could be heard on the broadcast.

French President Francois Hollande, who was in attendance, was immediately evacuated from the stadium after the first explosion, but the game continued. France scored twice with goals from Olivier Giroud and André-Pierre Gignac.

According to Germany national team coach Joachim Low, neither he nor his players knew what had happened until the game was over.

Fans were barred from leaving the stadium for a period, and after the final whistle, spectators were allowed to hunker down on the field.

Later, this announcement went out.

The attacks came just hours after Germany’s national team was evacuated from their hotel because of a bomb threat, ESPN FC reported.

This post was updated to correct an error regarding President Hollande’s title.