Leicester City legend Gary Lineker mirrored the thoughts of every Leicester City fan following the win over Sheffield United on Sunday afternoon.
The Foxes climbed back into the top four of the Premier League thanks to the 2-1 away win over the Blades as they won their first game in five outings in all competitions.
The game started well for City, with Jamie Vardy slamming the post when put through by Ayoze Perez in the opening few minutes.
And it was Perez himself who opened the scoring, finishing from close range in the 24th minute.
However, that lead would last for just three minutes when Cty Achilles heel of defending corners was again exposed and Oli McBurnie headed in to draw the Blades level.
That is how the score would stay in a frustrating second half for the Foxes, with Sheffield United managing to keep them at arms length for the majority of the second 45 minutes.
But, with a matter of seconds of normal time to play, City won possession in the middle of the pitch and James Maddison found himself in a position to play a perfect slide pass through to Jamie Vardy.
The talisman made no mistake, slotting coolly past Aaron Ramsdale to ensure that Leicester would take the three points from the game.
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Lineker’s reaction to that goal is likely to be a similar one to what many fans were thinking as the ball hit the back of the net.
Taking to Twitter, the former striker wrote: “Oh @vardy7, you absolute beauty.”
The goal was Vardy’s ninth Premier League strike of the season, putting him two goals behind Everton’s Dominic Calvert-Lewin as the City striker looks to defend the Golden Boot he won last season.