Scotland have qualified for Euro 2020.
For the first time since 1998, England's neighbours are heading to a major international tournament and Steve Clarke's side achieved the feat under dramatic circumstances.
The Tartan Army beat Serbia on penalties at the Red Star Stadium in Belgrade, David Marshall saving Aleksandar Mitrovic's fifth and final spot kick.
Celtic's Ryan Christie had given Scotland the lead on 52 minutes and it seemed for all the world that Clarke's men would qualify for Euro 2020 without the need for extra-time and penalties.
But Real Madrid's Luka Jovic was on hand to break Scottish hearts after a prolonged spell of pressure from the hosts, heading home an equaliser from a corner in stoppage time.
Serbia probed and probed during the 30 minutes of extra time, but couldn't find a way through and the game went to penalties.
All nine of the first 10 spot kicks were converted, meaning Mitrovic had to score to take the shootout to sudden-death.
The Fulham man stepped up and then saw his penalty pawed away by Marshall, the Derby County man diving low to his left.
It was a historic moment for Scottish football and one fan has decided to make the footage of Marshall's save even better by dubbing the music from Titanic over it.
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Marshall initially didn't celebrate his save as he believed the official watching on would pull him up for encroaching before Mitrovic made contact with the ball.
Thankfully for the 'keeper and Scotland, the referee and his assistant didn't step in and the initially premature celebrations from Marshall's teammates were free to continue.
The Tartan Army's first international tournament for 23 years will see them take on England, Croatia and Czech Republic in Group D.
With the likes of Andrew Robertson, Kieran Tierney, John McGinn, Scott McTominay and other talented players in their squad, Scotland will fancy their chances of making the knockout stage of Euro 2020.
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