Leicester City won the FA Cup for the first time in their history thanks to a sparkling strike from Youri Tielemans after 63 minutes that gave them a 1-0 win over Chelsea.
VAR, though, came to their rescue in the game's 90th minute as former Fox Ben Chilwell was ruled offside in the build-up to an apparent Blues equaliser.
Timo Werner's awkward first campaign with Chelsea may not be over - there is, after all, the Champions League final to come, but the Germany international attacker did little to get the critics off his back with his performance.
He missed Chelsea's best opportunities in the first half, notably flicking a header wide when Cesar Azpilicueta was completely open behind him with an empty net to hit.
Leicester's defensive work was exemplary throughout. They came under significant pressure from their opposition but stood firm. That Kasper Schmeichel had little to do until late on owed much to Wesley Fofana and Soyuncu. The pair dominated their individual battles.
Given that the senior member of Leicester's back three, Jonny Evans, was taken off injured in the first half, their display was all the more impressive.
Brought a creative spark to the game that was sorely missing otherwise and was a worthy scorer of the winning goal. And what a goal it was! Not closed down from 25 yards out, he took aim and picked out the top corner perfectly.