The wife of Leeds United’s Pablo Hernandez has pretty much summed it up.
Hernandez scored an 89th-minute winner at Swansea City to take Leeds to the brink of Premier League promotion this afternoon.
The Whites need only four points from their last three Championship games to guarantee their return to the big time after a 16-year absence.
And it was fitting that it came from the 35-year-old Spaniard, who has arguably been United’s stand-out player every year since joining the club under Garry Monk in 2016.
Hernandez sank to his knees after Leeds lost a playoff semi-final to Derby County last season, but he did the same motion at the final whistle today for a very different reason.
It was a massive goal and one that takes Marcelo Bielsa’s side ever so close to an emotional return to the top flight.
And his wife, Mar Garcia, has posted a simple ‘Indescriptible’ on Twitter – which means indescribable in English – after the victory.
Garcia has one thing in common with virtually every Leeds fan on Earth right now – they both have an eternal love for the indescribable magician.