RTE's Ireland v New Zealand montage is guaranteed to get Irish fans psyched up ahead of the huge match between the sides at the Aviva Stadium at 5:30 this evening.
There has been a bit of fear in Ireland about a New Zealand backlash today after Ireland defeated the All Blacks 40-29 in Soldier Field a couple of weeks ago. And rightly so. New Zealand will be hurting badly.
RTE's brilliant montage sums up what the victory meant to fans as well as its historical significance, combining footage of jubilant fans with pictures from old games where Irish teams came so close to victory against the All Blacks, only to fall short - including footage of Barry McGann's agonising kick in 1973 and the infamous 2013 match.
It also compares Ireland's victory to Leicester and Connacht's 2016 triumphs against the odds and subtly hints at Donald Trump's canine qualities.
'Good things come in twos'. Let's bloody hope so.