Manchester United's famed 'Class of '92' are now title-winners again - as co-owners of English fourth-tier side Salford City.
With Paul Scholes and Ryan Giggs watching on at Wembley and Gary Neville providing television punditry, Salford beat Portsmouth in a penalty shootout to clinch the EFL Trophy on Sunday (AEDT) and claim their first major piece of silverware in their 81 year history.
Jason Lowe hammered home the decisive penalty to secure a 4-2 win in the shootout after a goalless draw which Salford dominated.
Taking place 342 days after the original date for last season's final due to the coronavirus pandemic, League Two outfit Salford won't get to hold onto the trophy for very long.
They had to leave the stadium with a replica as the original is sanitised and prepared for this season's final - which takes place on Monday and doesn't involve Salford.
So Salford will become one of the shortest champions in the history of a football competition at just one day.
The EFL Trophy is contested by the 48 clubs in League One and League Two.
The 'Class of 92' investors, also including David Beckham, Phil Neville and Nicky Butt, are the United stars who graduated from the academy and formed the backbone of two trophy-laden decades for Alex Ferguson.
It was in 2014 when they first bought into Salford, located less than eight kilometres from United's Old Trafford and then playing in the eighth tier.
Now they are chasing promotion to the third division, buoyed by a first trophy in professional football for the team.
Singaporean business partner Peter Lim, who is also the majority shareholder at Valencia, owns 40 per cent of Salford.