Liverpool's Europa League decider promised to be an outstanding game of football, but nobody was ready for the scenes which awaited.
The Reds came out on top after a rollercoaster of a match, which saw the Reds come out 5-4 aggregate winners thanks to a Dejan Lovren winner in stoppage time.
Liverpool had trailed 2-0 and 3-1 on the night, producing an outstanding comeback reminiscent of Istanbul in 2005.
The performance in the last half hour was outstanding, and it was one anybody at the stadium or watching at home will surely never forget.
So spare a thought for ex-Red Stephen Warnock, who admitted on Twitter after the game that he turned the game off with the Reds two goals down.
Can't believe at 0-2 down I decided to go and watch my daughters swimming thinking it was game over #neverdoubtthereds— Stephen Warnock (@StephenWarnock3) April 14, 2016
Oops. Warnock clearly did doubt the Reds, and seems to have learned his lesson.
He played for Liverpool between 2004 and 2007, part of a squad which produced miracle comebacks in Istanbul 2005 and Wembley 2006 against West Ham.
With a bit of luck Warnock's mistake will prevent any Liverpool fans from doing the same themselves in future.