Tipperary went in at half-time three points up in their All-Ireland quarter-final against Galway.
In the opening ten minutes of the second half, they blew the Connacht champions away.
Conor Sweeney scored two goals - adding to Michael Quinlivan's in the opening 35 minutes - as Tipp destroyed the Galway defence.
FULL-TIME All Ireland Football Q-Final @TipperaryGAA 3-13@Galway_GAA 1-10 #GALvTIPP
— The GAA (@officialgaa) July 31, 2016
In their first ever All-Ireland quarter-final, stage fright did not affect Liam Kearns' team.
It really way a remarkable performance - a nine-point victory. Post-match, on RTÉ, Galway man Michael Lyster called Tipperary 'the story of the summer'.
Here's how the GAA world reacted to a historic day for Tipp football as the progressed to their first All-Ireland semi-final in 81 years.
Joe Brolly was very, very impressed with Tipperary today... https://t.co/dnQ81BFNoK https://t.co/XDztEo77HN
— The Sunday Game (@TheSundayGame) July 31, 2016
Hon Tipp!!! 🙌🏼 pic.twitter.com/Np9ZLRW4rt
— Shane Long (@ShaneLong7) July 31, 2016
These last few minutes are to be enjoyed by all Tipp people... This team have done us all proud once again...👍💙💛
— Brendan Cummins (@BrenCummins1) July 31, 2016
Very impressive from Tipp, totally dominant all over the pitch. Work rate, speed & committing numbers to attack. Excellent to watch #GAA
— Tomás Quinn (@mossyquinn) July 31, 2016
@TipperaryGAA what a win and performance from the Tipp Footballers. Unbelievable stuff.
— Alan Quinlan (@AlanQuinlan1) July 31, 2016
@chrisocfl brilliant display. Sure what do we know!!!
— Tomás Ó Sé (@tomas5ky) July 31, 2016
Brilliant attaching football from @TipperaryGAA . Huge & historic achievement by them on reaching the All Ireland semi final. So refreshing.
— Michael Duignan (@DuignanMichael) July 31, 2016
You couldn't credit that Tipp bunch enough. Amazing performance & result.
— Aaron Kernan (@AaronKernan) July 31, 2016
Unbelievable stuff by the footballers today. Best attacking display by any team all year. #tipperaryabu 🏐
— James Barry (@jamesbarry90) July 31, 2016
Well done Tipp. My oul lad from Ballycahill would've been bewildered and delighted to see today! Special stuff.
— Michael Foley (@MickFoley76) July 31, 2016
Tipp have been that good for so long that the finish was actually an anti-climax! Hardly lost an individual battle.
— Colm Keys (@KeysColm) July 31, 2016
— Vincent Hogan (@Vincent_Hogan) July 31, 2016
— Jackie Cahill 🖐👍 (@cahilljackie) July 31, 2016
Tipp saving Gaelic football
— Sinéad Kissane (@sineadkissane) July 31, 2016
This Tipp team looks born to play in Croker Park. Full of pace, ambition, intelligence, physicality. Privileged to watch this performance.
— David McIntyre (@DaveMcIntyreIRL) July 31, 2016
They'll have to split Tipperary now. Only they've done it already...The old ones are the best.
— Kieran Cunningham (@KCsixtyseven) July 31, 2016
Liam Kearns' @TipperaryGAA restoring people's faith in football with these old skool attacking performances #SundayGame @TheSundayGame
— Peter McNamara (@PeterMcNamara_) July 31, 2016
Tipp playing football the way it should be played and they are being rewarded for it #GALvTIPP #GAA 👏🏼
— Michael Cussen (@CussM) July 31, 2016
There'll be some craic at the bridge in Portumna tonite.
— Paul Collins (@paulcollinstipp) July 31, 2016
We're going to have a Tipperary football manager saying, "That won't do against Mayo or Tyrone in the semi-final." Strange times
— Denis Hurley (@Denis_Hurley) July 31, 2016
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