Steven Gerrard retired from football today, but you already knew that because no matter where you go on the internet you'll find someone paying tribute to one of the best midfielders the Premier League has ever seen.
Whether you adore or despise him, or somewhere in between, there is no denying that Gerrard was a gifted footballer who will forever be remembered at Anfield as one of the greats.
As a result, we've seen footballers and fans from all walks of life showing Stevie G some love, but none are as good as that of his close pal Jamie Carragher.
While the Sky Sports pundit is no doubt sorry to see his mate announce that his playing career is over, at least he's free for a few more nights out.
— Jamie Carragher (@Carra23) November 24, 2016
What makes that tweet even better is the fact that it comes on the back of Carragher's absolutely brilliant spiel on why the fuss around Wayne Rooney going drinking on England duty is complete bullshit.
Carragher's tweet was perfect, but it still may have been bested by former Ireland international Cillian Sheridan:
Honoured to have played with someone who knows someone that was a teammate of Steven Gerrard. All the best in your retirement lad
— Cillian Sheridan (@CillianSheridan) November 24, 2016
And he wasn't the only Irish sportsman to express his love for Gerrard today, even Ronan O'Gara got involved.
Stevie G.Feet up time. You left it all out there..#leader
— Ronan O Gara (@RonanOGara10) November 24, 2016
Stevie G one of the all time greats, sad to hear him hang up the boots#Legend
— Fergus McFadden (@fergmcfadden) November 24, 2016
Steven Gerrard #Legend 👏🏽
— STEVEN REID (@stevenreid12) November 24, 2016
— Conor.mortimer (😷)⚽️ (@Conmort) November 24, 2016
Obviously, some of Gerrard's former teammates felt the need to remind everyone just how good Gerrard was.
The Legend Forever. pic.twitter.com/0spWLyP1JY
— Xabi Alonso (@XabiAlonso) November 24, 2016
— Dirk Kuyt (@Kuyt) November 24, 2016
No matter who you support, as a football fan you should applaud Gerrard for his career. Some comments are pathetic from certain fans!!
— John Arne Riise (@JARiiseOfficial) November 24, 2016
A great player no doubt, and we're actually likely to see more of him now that he's back from the States and clearly looking to make the transition into punditry.