Yann Sommer could barely contain his excitement at Basel's stunning UEFA Champions League success over Manchester United.
The Swiss side needed to beat the Red Devils in their final Group C match in order to qualify for the last 16.
Goals from Marco Streller and Alexander Frei sealed the win with Phil Jones netting a late consolation for the visitors.
Few gave Basel a chance of progressing in a group with United and Benfica and goalkeeper Sommer was happy defying the odds.
When asked if he could believe that Basel had knocked United out, he told Sky Sports: "Not at the moment.
"It's crazy. We beat Manchester United at home. It was our last chance to go through.
"What can I say? It's incredible. We're a Swiss team in a little country against one of the biggest teams in the world.
"We played a good game. We knew we had a good team. We played well in Manchester and also in Benfica.
"We believe in ourselves. We fought until the end, this was the key.
"Manchester's a good team. They created a lot of chances. In the first half they had a lot of crosses and sometimes we were lucky.
"We believed we could do it, but at this moment we're not thinking about it. Now it's done and we're through and Manchester is out, it's super."