Coventry City dumped Premier League Stoke City out of the FA Cup today, heaping further misery on under pressure manager Mark Hughes.
Goals from defenders Jordan Willis and Jack Grimmer – either side of a Charlie Adam penalty – ensured it was Coventry City who progressed to the 4th round of the FA Cup.
Coventry took a first half lead when Willis powered in a close range header from a corner and they went into half time 1-0 up against Stoke.
The Potters came back strong and Charlie Adam converted from the spot after Ramadan was felled by Willis but their lead was short lived.
Grimmer scored a brilliant driven goal from outside the box to earn Coventry a win, despite being 56 places lower than Stoke in the league places.
Coventry fans, who have been through a lot of pain in the last few decades, finally have something to celebrate.
Here are the best tweets from after the full time whistle.
Just the 56 places between the two teams. Great result, bring on the 4th round. #PUSB
— Dan Viggers (@dvig9) January 6, 2018
I'm not a fan of Mark Hughes but I never thought it would be Coventry City to put the nail in his coffin. Wonderful win against Premier League opposition #PUSB
— Jay Williams (@JayJWillo) January 6, 2018
#PUSB what an amazing win for the Sky blues. great to see some good times back at the club and for the fans , old time feelings back again , well done lads????
— Noel David Whelan (@NoelDavidWhelan) January 6, 2018
So proud of every player and every fan today! That was one of my favourite ever days at The Ricoh! Amazing performance, great atmosphere!
I beg those who are staying away, come back for 20 games and help us make this a season to remember!! #pusb #CCFC
— Graeme Hawley (@Graeme_Hawley) January 6, 2018
— Ian Woods (@IanWoodsSky) January 6, 2018
The pure elation felt by Coventry fans when we win games like this is what- throughout all the crap we put up with- makes supporting this team mean so much. The times we unite, cheer, feel hope and excitement…these are the times I love being a fan. #PUSB
— Shar A (@Shar231983) January 6, 2018
— Si (@Si_81) January 6, 2018
— Tom Wall (@thewall_98) January 6, 2018
We haven't had too many great days at the Ricoh but today is one of them. Magnificent effort by the whole team. So proud of our Sky Blues. @BBCcovsport
— Moz Baker (@mozccfc1987) January 6, 2018