Middlesbrough are back in the Premier League after a 1-1 draw in their showdown with Brighton was enough to clinch the second promotion place behind champions Burnley.
Christian Stuani's first-half goal eased the home nerves at a sold-out Riverside Stadium. And they held on despite Dale Stephens giving Brighton hope with a headed equaliser early in the second half - with excitement levels on Twitter obviously very high.
-- Anne McGouran (@ifancyanapple) May 7, 2016
-- Jen (@fromjuniper) May 7, 2016
-- Winnie Cleasby (@w_cleasby) May 7, 2016
There was some north-east rivalry evident amongst relieved fans.
Phew so happy #Middlesbrough promoted! Now for Newcastle to go down n Sunderland to stay up for hubby & I'll b extra happy!!
-- Nicola Brett (@freakytees) May 7, 2016
Meanwhile, there was some drama during the game.
Stephens went from hero to villain when referee Mike Dean adjudged his tackle on Gaston Ramirez was a red-card offence.
Ramirez was forced off with a nasty gash on his leg.
Delighted for #Middlesbrough hope Gaston Ramirez is ok, shocking tackle.
-- Dylan Prendergast (@MrXathon) May 7, 2016
It meant nervous fans had eight minutes of stoppage time to add to the tension.
-- Andy Carr (@andytkasg) May 7, 2016
But Boro held on to spark these jubilant scenes, with fans running on to the pitch.
-- Andy Hurrell (@AndyHurrell14) May 7, 2016
And it's not just Middlesbrough fans who are excited about their return to the Premier League.
Well chuffed for #Middlesbrough be good to have them back in the premier league.
-- Bryn Collom (@MrBegc) May 7, 2016
-- James Pickering (@PickeringRJames) May 7, 2016
-- Goonerette Walton (@CEYD4) May 7, 2016
Who knows, maybe Middlesbrough could do a Leicester...