Somewhere on the ITV servers, there may be footage of Roy Keane celebrating like a madman for Sergi Roberto's miracle-sealing goal against PSG on Wednesday night.
For those who switched off with 10 minutes remaining in the game - and it seems like there were many - ITV's highlights show was a option once they checked their phones and recognised their mistake.
Glenn Hoddle, who was on the analysis couch with Keane, divulged that they were jumping around the studio when Roberto's volley found Kevin Trapp's net. If there was a camera trained on them, it's ITV's duty to introduce it to the public domain.
There was an elan to Keane's analysis last night while speaking about the Barca game. (Less so when talking about Arsenal.) He even earnestly declared the game to be confirmation of football's superiority over all other sports.
Despite the astonishing victory, Keane was still unwilling to concede that dressing room team selfies are appropriate.