West Bromwich Albion put in an impressive performance as they drew 1-1 with Tottenham at Wembley.
Salomon Rondon has taken to Twitter after West Brom's draw with Tottenham at Wembley, and expressed his pride in the fact that he had become the first Venezuelan to score at the ground as well as at the team's performance against Mauricio Pochettino's men.
The Baggies may have gone into the game with a feeling of uncertainty, with Gary Megson taking temporary charge following Tony Pulis' sacking by the club on Monday as their poor form continued.
And while Spurs would have been heavy favourites for the clash that came just days after they secured top spot in their Champions League group, West Brom put up a spirited fight and actually led the game for around 70 minutes thanks to Rondon, who broke the deadlock inside the first four minutes.
Harry Kane would score the equaliser 16 minutes from time, but there is no question that West Brom can take a lot of heart from their performance and a lot of belief that they can turn their current situation around.
One of the most pleasant surprises for many Baggies fans will be the performance of Rondon - who has come in for plenty of criticism this season, but also has received a lot of sympathy as many felt that Pulis' style of play left him isolated.
While he squandered a glorious late chance to win the game, the striker looked a much greater threat than he perhaps has for a long time, so it is no surprise that he took to social media after the game to express his delight.
And what may perhaps encourage West Brom fans as they look for their first win since August, is the fact that Rondon has reminded the side that they need to keep pushing themselves rather than spend too long reflecting on an excellent point at Wembley.