It's not easy being a football fan.
You experience the highs and lows during 90 minutes. Sometimes you're up, other times you hit rock bottom.
And the Championship semi-final first leg clash between Fulham and Reading was no different to any other thrill-a-minute contest.
After a goalless first half, Reading took the lead through Jordan Obita before Tom Cairney pulled Fulham level. Then Paul McShane was sent off for Reading, with the Whites unable to find a winner.
Here is how Fulham fans followed the match on Twitter.
A big chance for the home side:
And the chances keep coming:
Then there was some time-wasting, at 0-0, in the first half...
Half-time arrived and it remained goalless.
Then Mystic Dave Taylor got involved...
Just before Reading took the lead, there was controversy.
But it was not long before Fulham were level, thanks to that man Tom Cairney.
With ten minutes to go, Reading were reduced to ten men after a horror challenge from Paul McShane.
But despite piling on the pressure in the last ten minutes, Reading held firm and it ended 1-1.
And it left the fans looking ahead to the second leg on Tuesday night.