How many thousands of Fulham fans thought that's it at the end of a miserable night.
How many thousands more supporters of the Cottagers wondered if there was any other team on earth that could have pulled off such a bizarre performance in front of more 20,000 petulant Derby fans waving two fingers.
This was a night for Fulham to show the rest of the Championship that they are serious about going up. It turned into a comedy of errors and their rivals for the play offs must have been chuckling hard on an evening when they all got the results they needed.
One thing that defeats me every time is how can such a slick passing footballing team such as Fulham gift so much to so many in their division. Blinding football one minute and then a loose pass the next - 1-0.
This game was also a worrying sign that a well drilled and ruthless side like Derby - who aren't even good enough this season to have the hope of a play off place - can make a mess of Fulham and their pretty passing.
Sometimes it's like watching a monster crush a butterfly. What about the other tough nuts lurking in the run to the end of the season?
On this night you wouldn't put money on the Cottagers playing at Wembley in the spring.
Even the strange manner of this defeat was mind blowing. For a start, a has been Premiership striker (still, better to be a has been than a never was) scored a hat trick.
David Nugent - I always preferred the heavy rock singer Ted Nugent when it came to goal scoring - must have been struggling with reality as he took home the match ball.
He hasn't scored a hat trick since Tony Blair was in Number 10 probably and he couldn't believe his luck as Fulham gifted him at least two of them wrapped in a pink ribbon. It could have been four as the referee gave Derby a penalty.
What happened next was pure Fulham. David Button made a world class save.
Then, a corner that most League Two cloggers can fend off in their sleep - wrong, Fulham bungled probably their 50th corner of the season and it was number two.
And then, even more explicable, it looked like the fleet- footed Floyd Ayite, who brought us back to 2-1 with a cracker into the bottom corner was also heading for a night to remember.
He scored again at the death and almost nicked a third - only a Fulham striker could score a hat trick and end up losing.
There's always Ipswich on Saturday at Craven Cottage and a chance to outwit Mick McCarthy - that really shouldn't be that difficult.
Let's hope the visitors don't win too many corners.
Chris Bishop is the managing editor of Forbes Africa and follows Fulham from South Africa. You can follow him here: @ChrisBishopZA