That was the guttural nonsense I screamed as Fernando Torres scored Chelsea’s second goal of the match and secured the Blues' passage to the Champions League final with a 3-2 aggregate score over Barcelona.
The odds of this occurring were slim and made even more slim by the sending off of John Terry halfway through the first. Barca were able to score two before the break, but Ramires got Chelsea level on aggregate by plucking one just before the whistle.
The Blues parked the bus for 45 brilliant minutes before Torres latched on to a clearance and scored perhaps the biggest goal in the club’s history.
Here are six things we learned from the match.