AFC Wimbledon fans partied into the night after Saturday’s dramatic play-off semi-final first leg victory over Accrington Stanley.
The Dons left it late at Kingsmeadow as Tom Beere proved the unlikely hero by coming off the bench to win the game with his first goal in senior football.
It was a memorable occasion for the 4,870 souls who packed into the Kingston ground to witness another chapter being written into this history of the phoenix club.
The win came 28 years to the day since Wimbledon shocked Liverpool in the FA Cup final at Wembley as the Crazy Gang pulled of one of the greatest upsets of all time.
“I was aware of the exact date, it’s been quite important in Wimbledon’s history,” Wimbledon manager Neal Ardley said.
“But I didn’t tell the players. There’s enough nerves already. What they have done at this club over the last few years is incredible.
“Football’s a funny game. Tom might have been 19th man if Connor Smith had been fit, but he wasn’t.
“So Tom has come in and I had a feeling something might just drop to him. He’s a good striker of the ball and he showed great composure.
“It leaves us with a slight advantage and a little bit of a cushion, but we can’t go there and sit back. We’ll pay them maximum respect as they are an outstanding team.
“There’s a togetherness about this club though and this group understand what they are playing for.”
Were you at Kingsmeadow on Saturday night flying the flag for the Dons? Check out of fans’ gallery from the game and see if you can spot yourself.