JUST six fans from Ukrainian side Zoyra had the time of their lives in their Europa League clash with Athletic Bilbao.
The minnows celebrated a shock 1-0 victory against the Spanish side in their Group J encounter.
The six supporters who opted to make the 1864 mile trip across Europe were duly rewarded.
Zoyra, who are 250/1 to win the tournament outright, took a surprise lead in the 26th minute through Igor Kharatin.
And it sent the travelling fans wild in the stands with all six of them on their feet in the 53,289 seater stadium.
The visitors then managed to survive a barrage of attacks from Athletic to hold onto a priceless victory.
It was quite the opposite scene two weeks ago when 20,000 Cologne supporters descended into London for their clash with Arsenal.
The Bundesliga supporters were at it again in their home clash with Red Star Belgrade but it was the visitors celebrating on the final whistle.
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Red Star Belgrade fans arrive in Cologne under a heavy police guard
And the Serbian side made themselves well and truly heard as they waved flags and lit flares in front of their celebrating players.
Thousands packed into the RheinEnergieStadion after they were marched through the streets by police in riot gear.
They made a cauldron of noise and created a huge spectacle after their priceless win.
It leaves Cologne bottom of Arsenal’s group with Red Star up to second and the Gunners top.
Red Star Belgrade fans light flares and make their way to the stadium in Cologne ahead of Europa League clash