Leicester City’s day as they finally win the FA Cup on their fifth final appearance.
The club’s greatest-ever era continues thanks to Tielemans’ wonderful second-half strike, a goal worthy of winning any game.
Chelsea tried their best but had no answer to it late on, with Schmeichel’s two astonishing saves and a dramatic VAR decision keeping them out.
Everyone associated with Leicester is overjoyed at this result. It’s a testament to the club’s ownership, which has gone about things the right way ever since Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha arrived.
No doubt the players have done their late owner proud. Rodgers becomes the first boss to win both the English and Scottish FA Cups since one Sir Alex Ferguson.
Chelsea become the first side to lose FA Cup finals in consecutive seasons since Newcastle United in 1998 and 1999.
They need to pick themselves back up for the Champions League final.
Leicester can celebrate a historic victory, then, before they return to Premier League duty to try to secure their place in the Champions League next season.
The way things are going for them, the sky is the limit. That’s all for now.