Manchester United’s players and staff could be heard celebrating all the way from Southampton’s dressing room on Sunday.
The Red Devils miraculously came back from 2-0 down at the break to earn a massively important 3-2 win.
Edinson Cavani was the United hero as he came off the bench to set up Bruno Fernandes for the visitors’ first before bagging a brace at St Mary’s.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer couldn’t contain his excitement after the late third goal, celebrating emotionally with his coaching staff.
And United’s players bundled in the corner flag after turning the game on its head.
Southampton manager Ralph Hasenhuttl was left gutted that his side let more points slip from a leading position.
And the fact United could be heard from their dressing room made it all the more traumatic for the Saints afterwards.
Hasenhuttl said: “You can hear them celebrating in their dressing room. You know what you have done today and how tough an opponent you have been because they were celebrating like they had won the Premier League.
“That was the thing for me because it is definitely a statement when they are celebrating like they were because it was tough.
“They had to play the best they can to win against us and we can be proud of how we played.
“We had some fantastic moments - the best I think we can against such sides. I am very happy about what we can play today.
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“For 2-2, that is okay for us, but then we conceded a third goal. We played as good as we can today.
“We put everything in that is possible against such teams but we saw a fantastic side.”
Paul Pogba posted his celebrations from home on Instagram, as he watched on TV amid his ankle injury.
That minor problem, though, is not necessarily expected to keep the French World Cup winner out of Wednesday’s Champions League group stage clash with PSG at Old Trafford.