More than 48 hours have passed since England’s dramatic victory over Wales and the smiles are still etched on Englishmen faces.
Daniel Sturridge’s 92nd-minute sent the nation into ecstasy and put the Three Lions in a commanding position in Group B.
However, Bricksports enjoyed the match so much that they decided to recreate it in lego form - and it’s pretty impressive.
Not only do they emulate the goals perfectly, they also include commentary from the BBC.
Watch the brilliant video below:
The highlights in Lego form
England’s 2-1 victory put them top of their group with one fixture remaining against Slovakia.
After the match, Roy Hodgson couldn’t hide his delight at the last gasp winner: "It's a long time since myself and the coaching staff have showed such joy," Hodgson told BBC Radio 5 live.
"When the chances don't go in and you've compounded your task by conceding that Gareth Bale goal, it really is a happy moment when both the substitutes score.
"I thought it was on the cards all the way through the second half."
It’s reported that the hero on Thursday, Sturridge, is in line to start for the Three Lions for the clash with Slovakia with Harry Kane - who has had a quiet two matches - dropping to the bench.
Whatever happens during Monday’s match, England fans will be hoping the match isn’t decided in stoppage time. Last week, they conceded an injury-time equaliser to Russia, while they were the beneficiaries of it against Wales.
A comfortable 2-0 win that is wrapped up long before the final whistle is exactly what they, and their blood pressure, needs.
For Wales, Chris Coleman’s side know victory against Russia would assure passage into the last-16 but if England avoid defeat, a draw would be good enough.