Huddersfield Town are still celebrating their 4-1 victory over Leeds United.
Huddersfield Town stunned rivals Leeds United by bouncing back from going a goal down at Elland Road at the weekend to go on and win 4-1.
Manager David Wagner was seen celebrating on the pitch after the final whistle, and the players and staff are still on a high after the derby win.
Huddersfield midfielder Joe Lolley sent a message on social media yesterday explaining his plans for the international break, with developmental coach Tony Carss replying - cramming Saturday's scoreline of 'four one' into his response, sharing a little joke at Leeds United's expense and celebrating their own achievement.
Now a chance to get back to being a world class golfer for a few days now ahead of the summer #FOOOOUUUURRRR— Joe Lolley (@Lolleyj10) March 20, 2016
@Lolleyj10 Good luck with that, I four one will be in grafting!— Tony Carss (@Carsy8) March 20, 2016
Huddersfield had lost their four previous games against Leeds United, so it's little surprise those at the club are especially delighted with the weekend's result, and the manner in which it came.
The Terriers closed the gap on Leeds in the Championship table as a result of the win, and ensured the international break will be a long and frustrating one for the Whites, with plenty of time to dwell on the loss.