Wednesday night proved a special occasion for Belgian international goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois as he helped his side overcome parent club Chelsea and reach the Champions League final.
The 21-year-old shot-stopper has been instrumental for Atletico Madrid this season, and his form is causing an uneasy situation at Stamford Bridge.
The Blues already have one of the best goalkeepers in the world in Czech Republic international Petr Cech. But, in Thibaut Courtois, they have arguably the best.
The young star has spent the last three years in the Spanish capital on loan at Atletico Madrid, and the Spanish club have made it categorically clear they wish to extend his stay.
Jose Mourinho is left with a tough decision to make, and Thibaut Courtois has warned the Portuguese boss that a situation where he becomes a number two is untenable.
With speculation circling in the media that Courtois is likely to extend his stay at Atletico, it appears that Jose Mourinho may have already made the decision with a rather crude gesture.
As the Blues and Atletico Madrid were in the tunnel awaiting the green light to enter the Stamford Bridge pitch, the self-proclaimed Special One greeted a number of the opposition before completely ignoring his loan star - with the Spanish press keen to big up the ordeal.
Thibaut Courtois has helped his side keep the tightest defence in La Liga, keeping 20 clean sheets in 35 matches.
As a result of his performances, he looks set to beat the likes of Victor Valdes and Diego Lopez to the Zamora award, a trophy given to the goalkeeper who has conceded the least amount of goals in La Liga.