Michy Batshuayi was on fire on and off the field as Chelsea secured the Premier League title.
Not content with scoring a historic winner, the Belgian decided to shut down some keyboard warriors too.
The Blues striker has hardly featured this season but is renowned for his brilliant social media put downs.
And tonight was no exception as the jubilant frontman took to Twitter to celebrate a special moment.
After finding a tweet claiming he was a donkey who “couldn’t score to save his mother’s life,” Batshuayi simply replied with love heart emojis.
He then went on to threaten EA Sports if they did not give him an in-form card before saying goodnight to his fans.
On the decision to bring on Batshuayi for Eden Hazard, boss Antonio Conte said: "I think Hazard and Pedro were a bit tired.
"I wanted to give more energy with Michy and Willian. I think Michy paid me a lot – we deserved this change.
"It wasn’t easy for me to arrive in England and try a different language and also a lot of players after a bad season.
"This win is for the players because they deserved this with great attitude and commitment.
"They showed great attitude and patience and will and desire to do something great.
"Now after this win I think we must be happy and pleased for all the season.
"This decision [going to a back three] changed our season, honestly. In the first part of the season we didn’t have the right balance."