Newcastle United won promotion back to the Premier League in style after sweeping aside Preston 4-1 at St. James' Park, and as always, Twitter was the place to be.
Following on from Brighton's promotion to England's top flight last week, Rafael Benitez's men made sure they'd be joining the Seagulls after last Monday's minor hiccup at Ipswich, with a much more assured performance on the night.
The Magpies' promotion at the first of asking is an impressive feat given the tremendous difficulty teams face upon being relegated from the Premier League.
The notoriously hard Championship division can be a real slog of a season and often catches newly relegated teams off guard - but not Rafa's Toon Army.
As is always the case with terrific things achieved by a big club, Twitter was awash with both jubilation and jokes in equal measure...
looks like Newcastle are back in the PL, that's 6 points already lost next season— Bamford (@ClassicClyne) 24 April 2017
Fair play to Newcastle getting promoted - massive achievement that. Love a plucky underdog story me. David v Goliath. Sticking it to the man— West Stand Bogs (@WestStandBogs) 24 April 2017
Newcastle making their way back to the Premier League like... pic.twitter.com/opBXT3oOPo— BenchWarmers (@BeWarmers) 24 April 2017
Not quite Magpies, but same colour...
Rafa Benitez looks absolutely delighted to be back in the Premier League with Newcastle. pic.twitter.com/fRBSZGbaqK— TheFootballCommunity (@Footy_Community) 24 April 2017
Let's face it, this guy was nailed on to make a cheeky appearance...
Well done Rafa!!!! Bringing Newcastle back up. What a manager he is, apart from selling me Can't wait to see him in PL again — John Arne Riise (@JARiiseOfficial) 24 April 2017
Go down and bouncing straight back at the first attempt, not an easy achievement that, RAFAAA BENITEZ, OH NEWCASTLE WE LOVE YOU #NUFC ⚫️⚪️— Matt Scotney (@MattScotney) 24 April 2017
Rafa Benitez & Newcastle, welcome back to the Premier League pic.twitter.com/GBVNZ62Isa— BigSport (@BigSportGB) 24 April 2017
Welcome back Newcastle, already looking forward to taking 6 points off you next season— Sibs (@SibsMUFC) 24 April 2017
can't wait for Jonjo Shelvey to knock shades off hendo next season when we play Newcastle— Thom (@_ThomGlassar_) 24 April 2017
Newcastle are officially back in the big time along with Brighton, but it remains to be seen who will go up as division champions - the Seagulls will seal the title with just one more win.