Euro 2020 fans were overjoyed to see the tournament's mini remote-control car return ahead of Italy and Spain's semi-final clash on Tuesday night.
The Azzurri are currently going head to head with Luis Enrique's men at Wembley for a place in the European Championship final, where the winner will meet either England or Denmark on Sunday.
Before their last-four showdown got underway in London, the Euro 2020 remote-control car made a popular return to deliver the ball to the centre circle for kick-off – having previously done so before Italy and Turkey played out the opening match of the tournament last month.
Fans were quick to praise the car's comeback on social media, taking to Twitter to express their delight.
One user simply exclaimed: "THE CAR IS BACK".
Another excitable fan put: "I think I celebrated the return of the little car more than at least 3 of England’s goals on Saturday".
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"The tiny car is undoubtedly the best thing to come out of the euros," said a third.
One heralded the car as an iconic moment at the tournament by writing: "'There’s that little car again' is Euro 2020’s ultimate commentary line. The one that’ll be played to us again and again in decades to come. Goosebumps every time."
While another quipped: "Petition for UEFA to open a museum so you can get your picture taken with the little car".
It remains to be seen whether the mini car also makes an appearance before England and Denmark get the second semi-final of the tournament underway on Wednesday night.
Gareth Southgate's men will bid to secure the country's first ever European Championship final when they lock horns with the Danes.
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Wednesday's outing will be the Three Lions' first semi-final appearance at the competition since Euro 96, which also took place at Wembley.
However, Southgate and co will be hoping for better fortunes this time around, as that last-four clash 25 years ago ended in defeat against Germany.
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