It has been a massive night for Irish women's football.
Their attempts to qualify for the 2019 World Cup in France brought them to the Netherlands this evening.
With a 100% record to uphold after promising wins against Northern Ireland and Slovakia, the recently-crowned European Champions were always going to pose the greatest test.
Yet, in true Irish footballing style, a resolute defensive performance - and a touch of good fortune - secured an invaluable 0-0 draw against their much-fancied opponent.
While there remains a long road ahead before qualification for the World Cup can begin to look like a reality, this result will live long in the memory.
And, if the celebrations from within the Irish dressing-room is anything to go by, the magnitude of their achievement is not passing the team by.
With no qualifiers to play now until April 2018, Ireland can look back at the first three games played and be content that they have given themselves a brilliant platform to build upon.
Released on the FAI's Facebook page, this video taken from within the dressing room showed the excitement that had overcome the squad.
To the tune of "We Found Love", it looks like they might be setting up for some night of celebrations.
The video is well worth a watch - for Louise Quinn's fairly questionable dance moves if nothing else.