Slavia Prague pulled off the shock of the night in the Europa League by dumping Leicester City out of the competition at the King Power Stadium.
The Slavia heroes were understandably delighted and celebrated on the pitch after the final whistle – and they had an extra guest joining the party.
West Ham ace Tomas Soucek was seen on a video call with what looked like a Slavia Prague shirt on as the players enjoyed the moment.
His old teammates were even chanting his name after he answered the call.
Soucek joined the Czech club as a ten-year-old before making 158 appearances.
He signed for West Ham on loan in January 2020 before making the move permanent last summer and is a popular figure with the east London club.
His eight Premier League goals have seen them reach the dizzy heights of fourth place behind only Man City, Man United and Leicester themselves.
It was a night to forget for the Foxes in the end their hopes of an extended European run were dashed.
Lukas Provod and Abdallah Sima struck in the second half to settle the last-32 tie 2-0 on the night and on aggregate.
Determined and efficient Slavia deserved to progress as the misfiring Foxes never got going to continue Brendan Rodgers’ Europa League curse.
Rodgers has never reached the last-16 of the competition after four previous failures with Liverpool and Celtic and his latest miss on Thursday.