Leeds United continued their decent form since the takeover of the club by Massimo Cellino and in doing so appear to have sent Birmingham City to their grave in the process.
They won 3-1 at St Andrews with goals from Matt Smith, Danny Pugh and a Paul Caddis own goal giving them a 3-0 lead before a late consolation by Federico Macheda.
There were plenty of top performances from the Leeds players - but the one that got the most attention on Twitter was that of Matt Smith.
The striker has done it the hard way. Released by Cheltenham Town at the age of 18 he came up via the non-league system at clubs like Redditch United, Droylsden and Solihull Motors before a move to Oldham Athletic paid dividends.
Leeds signed him on a free transfer last summer - and for somebody with such humble beginnings he has done himself proud.
His goal today was his 11th of the campaign from just 19 starts and the giant striker has certainly revered himself to the Leeds faithful with his down to earth style of play.
Here is how many Leeds fans reacted on Twitter to his performance…
And people still knock Matt Smith. 11 league goals in his debut season at this level 18 starts! Boys gunna be a star! pic.twitter.com/bXsLsSSLn1— Davido Blanchfieldo (@dodgylufc) April 26, 2014
Matt Smith has been terrific this season— Ryan Lees (@rlees94) April 26, 2014
79. Noel Hunt has replaced Matt Smith which means the goalscoring for today is definitely over.— Leeds United FC (@LUFC__) April 26, 2014
Don't care what anyone says, Matt Smith has been a credit to Leeds United Football Club this season. No world beater, but does the business.— Vincent Byrne (@thevinmeister) April 26, 2014
Matt Smith deserves his goal today , great first season at a big club like Leeds, only going to get better!— Tomás Kelly (@tomaskelly95) April 26, 2014
Cracking result for Leeds today!! Well done big man @mattjpsmith— Zachary Collins (@ZachCollins96) April 26, 2014
BIG MATT SMITH GET IN THERE!!!! Come on Leeds.— Charlie Wright LUFC (@charliewright24) April 26, 2014
And Smith himself has been on the Tweet. Smith was in fact born in Birmingham and grew up a Birmingham City fan along with his dad.
But his performance today might have just sent his club, and the club his dad supports, into the third tier of English football.
Something he apologised to his old man for on Twitter...
Blues away is the fixture I've most been looking forward to this season. Dads old team & my local team. Let's hope it's a repeat of October— Matt Smith (@mattjpsmith) April 24, 2014
Sorry Dad!— Matt Smith (@mattjpsmith) April 26, 2014