Match of the Day commentator Guy Mowbray was left absolutely stunned after watching Nottingham Forest v Arsenal.
The players were fantastic as the Reds defeated the Gunners 1-0 to preserve their status as a Premier League.
Forest won the game courtesy of a goal from Taiwo Awoniyi who pounced to score after 19 minutes of first-half action.
The Reds were jubilant at the end of the game and attention can now turn towards next season in the top-flight.
Forest go to Crystal Palace next Sunday knowing that whatever happens they can no longer be relegated.
Mowbray was covering the game for last night’s Match of the Day and he was shellshocked by what he witnessed.
The lead commentator for the BBC has seen lots of games this season but this one topped the lot for him.
In terms of atmosphere, it was one of the best nights at the City Ground for many years.
Fans were in great spirits as Forest endured survival and ended Arsenal’s aspirations of winning the title in the process.
Mowbray shared a tweet that read: “Another season nearly done. Been at around 100 matches again – but nowhere have I heard a noise like I’ve experienced at Forest today. What an atmosphere. The City Ground has played an enormous role in Forest staying up.”
Mowbray stunned by what he saw at Forest v Arsenal
It’s always nice to hear neutrals say positive things about the football club.
In terms of Forest, they don’t always get everything right but when it comes to the supporters, they’re always spot on.
The Reds have been a welcomed addition to the Premier League and plenty of other clubs’ fans will be glad they’ve stayed up.
Mowbray will likely be back for Match of the Day next season. If he covers Forest again he will see that their fans are more than just one-hit wonders.