As Leicester took on Swansea with the Premier League title almost within touching distance, the question was: "Can they do it without Jamie Vardy?"
The answer, emphatically, was yes. Leicester were 2-0 up by half-time with goals from Riyad Mahrez and the man who took the suspended Vardy's place in the team, Leonardo Ulloa.
Were they feeling the pressure of a title chase? Absolutely not.
In fact this was one of their most dominant showings of the season.
In the end they went on to win 4-0 and they did it in their usual no-frills fashion.
Or to put it another way...
Everyone is having to come to terms with the fact that, yes, Leicester really are going to win the league.
One thing's clear: they definitely deserve it. They've got desire for miles and nerves of steel...
...they've got fans with a sense of humour...
...and they've even got the best groundsman.
The rest of the league have been left fighting over scraps.
Tottenham fans were consoling themselves by pointing out that Leicester aren't as good to watch as they are.
Chelsea fans just want the pleasure of knocking Tottenham out of the title race.
And everyone is still going on about those clappers.
But, as this guy pointed out...