Despite the polls published by the media, the first shock came when the establishment saw that the big gap between Jeremy Corbyn and Theresa May was closing dramatically.
Then, according to the exit polls, Theresa May was losing power to the degree that she couldn't win the adequate number of seats to form a new government.
Yet, the first results (which is the real thing and the substance of the election), were showing a clear victory for the Labour. It would be reasonable to reach a reasonable percentage of counted votes in order to shape a safe picture for the final result.
Up until more than half seats counted, the Labour was steadily ahead, in some time points with more than 10 seats against the Concervatives. All this time we witnessed the panic of the mainstream media pundits, as they were seeing a serious possibility of Jeremy Corbyn to become the next UK Prime Minister. So, statistically, we should expect a similar final result. How the hell Corbyn lost?