After a nail-biting SIX MINUTES of injury time, Dublin have been crowned the winners of the All-Ireland Senior Football title and the Curse of '51 rages onwards.
While many will be analysing over Fitzsimmons' actions, it's safe to say that Mayo haven't come this close to victory in many, many years. It seemed like almost all of Twitter was out against Dublin, but in the end, they won it.
Such is life. Here's the ten best tweets during the match.
Can the ref be given a black card? #DUBvMAYO
— claireoconnell (@claireoconnell) October 1, 2016
Maurice Deegan must be a huge fan of Dimmu Borgir or The Cure. Haven't seen that much black from a non-Goth.
This shouldn't be held in Croke Park, at this stage it should be held at UFC 205#DUBvMAYO
— Ryan Cullen (@RyanCullen90) October 1, 2016
YOU'LL DO NOTHIN' YOU'LL DO NOTHIN'
Level. Excellent. Cmon another replay xxx #DUBvMAYO
— Chris Greene (@HateChrisGreene) October 1, 2016
You just know there was a moment there in injury time when the GAA Ruling Council discussed the possibility of a third replay.
— Dublin GAA (@DubGAAOfficial) October 1, 2016
This came from the official Dublin GAA account. Yes, really.
— Andrea Kissane (@AndreaKissane) October 1, 2016
Maybe it's for good luck? Who knows.
— Pauline Murphy (@RealPMurphy) October 1, 2016
They just don't do GAA scraps like they used to anymore.
Watching the GAA no idea what's happening but they all seem great at hitting each other
— Stephen Byrne (@altirishmusic) October 1, 2016
For anyone watching this for the first time, this might seem like the actual game. (It is.)
Maurice Deegan IS the curse.
— Gavan Reilly (@gavreilly) October 1, 2016
Years later, it's revealed that Maurice Deegan time-travelled back to Foxford and pointed out the Mayo team to the priest who cursed them, thus making it a self-fulfilling prophecy. WAKE UP, SHEEPLE, DON'T YOU SEE?
— Doireann Ní Ghríofa (@DoireannNiG) October 1, 2016
Watching this match = cardio exercises for the next week and a half.
A tragic day for Mayo and the 30 other counties across Ireland. They nearly had it won
— Glen (@glenn9oo) October 1, 2016
It wasn't Dublin versus Mayo, it was Dublin versus the rest of the country.