Frank Lampard enjoyed his best night as a football manager on Wednesday night.
The English manager has had a terrific first season at Derby County.
He managed to guide them to the Championship play-off semi-finals after finishing sixth in the league.
And they produced a stunning comeback against Leeds to advance to the final on Wednesday.
Lampard's side lost the first leg 1-0 at Pride Park, meaning they had a massive uphill task if they wanted to keep their promotion hopes alive.
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But they won 4-2 on the night to ensure they are now one win away from the Premier League.
Understandably, Lampard and his players were jubilant at the final whistle.
And it seems those celebrations went long into the night.
Derby County players and staff celebrated their win in the King's Head in Duffield.
The pub posted a video of them celebrating their play-off victory:
An image has emerged on social media claiming they wracked up a £2800 bill in their post-match celebrations.
And it appears Lampard paid for it all. View the image of the bill below:
209 beers, 75 jagers, 54 sambuca shots and 38 tequila shots...
That must have been some night.
Lampard admitted after that the victory was one of the best feelings he's had in football.
"In terms of personal achievement, the feeling is as much as I've had in football," he said, per the BBC.
"It's not the personal achievement of being able to win stuff at Chelsea, but in terms of how I feel right now, it's up there.
"I was fortunate in my playing career in the Champions League, winning leagues.
"But when you come here at the start of the season and you feel the club and the fans and the position the club were in, to be here tonight, they're heroes.
"The pressure as a manager is more intense than a player. I wanted this so badly. You worry you want it too badly. I'm very proud.
"It means a great deal. From day one since I came in we have had issues, as every club has, and there have been ups and downs.
"We've done something that has not been done before."News Now - Sport News