Winning the Premier League in 2015/16 will forever be the favourite memory of any right-thinking Leicester City fan.
But wow, their victory at Southampton on Friday night will be something they’ll treasure for years to come.
The Foxes humiliated Saints on their own back yard, winning 9-0 at St Mary’s.
Both Ayoze Perez and Jamie Vardy netted hat-tricks while Ben Chilwell, Youri Tielemans and James Maddison scored the other goals.
It was a near-perfect performance by Brendan Rodgers’ men, albeit against a woeful Saints side.
Many tipped Leicester to challenge for the top four this season but it looks like challenging for the title isn’t out of the question for this lot.
And their latest result sees them equal a very impressive record of the biggest margin of victory in Premier League history.
Manchester United were the last team to win a Premier League match 9-0, when they beat Ipswich at Old Trafford in March 1995.
Leicester’s result is actually the biggest victory by an away side in an English top-flight match in the 131-year history of the Football League.
But it turns out they were actually getting to the records before half-time.
According to Opta, Leicester are only the second team in Premier League history to establish a five-goal lead in the first half of an away game.
Manchester City were the last team to do this when they raced to a 5-0 lead at Burnley in April 2010.
In fact, in the first 27 Premier League seasons, just three of the 10,506 games played in the competition had seen a side lead by 5+ goals at half-time.
This has happened twice in the opening 91 matches of the 2019-20 campaign – the other one coming in City’s 8-0 demolition of Watford back in September.