Chelsea ran out 4-2 winners over Tottenham in the FA Cup semi-final on Saturday, with goals from Willian, Eden Hazard and Nemanja Matic overpowering Spurs, who replied through Harry Kane and Dele Alli.
Frank Lampard was at the match, giving his analysis as a pundit during the BBC's coverage, and he would have been delighted to see a few of his former teammates deliver on the big occasion and also strike a significant blow in the Premier League title race in the process.
And while the Chelsea legend's conduct on camera was exemplary, Lampard couldn't help but reply to some Spurs fans who had been jeering him outside Wembley.
Lampard's Chelsea certainly hold the upper hand over their domestic rivals currently, with the Stamford Bridge club now set to play Arsenal or Manchester City in the FA Cup final while also being four points clear of Spurs in the battle for the Premier League.
Lampard had spells at Manchester City, Swansea, West Ham and New York City but is undeniably a Blue, having picked up numerous domestic honours with the club as well as a few European trophies.
The 38-year-old is Chelsea's record goalscorer, having scored 211 goals in 648 appearances for the club.