Well then, where to start? In one of the most incredible weeks of European football, we also loved moments from Wolves, Aston Villa and Watford players.
Both the Champions League and Europa League produced some of the most extraordinary storylines with a number of incredible comebacks.
Meanwhile, in the Football League, the Goal of the Season competition could be made up of strikes from this week alone.
Peter Drury’s commentary wasn’t the only spine-tingling effort from the gantry during Roma’s incredible comeback.
— Peter Galindo (@GalindoPW) April 10, 2018
The Roma great wasn’t going to miss out on these celebrations.
Roma's dressing room celebrations were crashed by the legendary Francesco Totti 🙌
What a comeback. What a night. What a sport. pic.twitter.com/emzlTjRcjX
— Football on BT Sport (@btsportfootball) April 10, 2018
It’s safe to say everyone at Roma had a pretty good, albeit expensive, night.
00:00: #ASRoma President Pallotta celebrates 3-0 win by jumping in Piazza del Popolo fountain.
09:00: Pallotta fined €450 for jumping in fountain.
15:00: Pallotta apologises, pays fine & donates €230,000 to fix fountain in front of Pantheon.
Don’t jump in fountains kids! 🤣 pic.twitter.com/IBHwylgw82
— AS Roma English (@ASRomaEN) April 11, 2018
What a goal pt.1.
THAT. IS. OUTRAGEOUS! 😱🔥
Ruben Neves with yet another absolute rocket to make it Wolves 2-0 Derby County! 🚀🇵🇹
Watch live on Sky Sports Football now! https://t.co/Sq3nx9RstY
— Sky Sports Football (@SkyFootball) April 11, 2018
Also shoutout to this pic of the Wolves fans’ reactions.
Those are the astonished faces of people who have sat patiently through 35 years of underachievement, nothingness and Dean Saunders witnessing a truly world class footballer playing for their team. pic.twitter.com/lUW5XaQ6GV
— Nick Goff (@nickgoff79) April 12, 2018
What a goal pt.2.
Okay, you get the idea by now.
WATCH: Jack Grealish scores a wonder-goal late on to hand Aston Villa a priceless win over promotion rivals Cardiff 😱
That was an absolute peach! 🍑
— Sky Sports Football (@SkyFootball) April 10, 2018
The Portugal international pulled off this stunning nutmeg against Belgium this week.
The National League side won Twitter with their take on Harry Kane being awarded his goal against Stoke.
— Gateshead FC (@GatesheadFC) April 11, 2018
Plymouth’s 24-year-old defender was given the all-clear from testicular cancer this week, three months after receiving the diagnosis. Legend.
When you get the green light and given the all clear ✅😎 Long hard few months but I said we’d beat it and we have!💪🏻 it may be able to knock us down but it definitely can’t keep us down!!! Thanks everyone for the support all the way through this dark time! pic.twitter.com/ND0wx8kuBW
— Ryan Edwards (@RyanEdwards_5) April 10, 2018
It was The Chief’s birthday this week. We celebrated by remembering his heroics in goal for Leeds United against Manchester United, and he celebrated by tweeting us. Not gonna lie, we got a bit giddy.
— Planet Football (@planetfutebol) April 6, 2018
Hahahahah remember as if was yesterday
— Lucas Radebe (@LucasRadebe) April 9, 2018
Whatever your opinion on Deeney, watch this brilliantly candid interview and you will almost certainly see him in a different light.
Sometimes it’s okay to go back.
Strap yourselves in. This is a biggie.
Exactly a quarter of them play for Chelsea.
It’s time to stop listening to Three Lions now.
We’d love to see this game played in real life.
They already love his “powerful right leg”.
Leighton Baines speaks to The Mind Map.
Not a good day to be an ATV Irdning fan.
Can we do it all again?
Try getting this Southgate chant out of your head.