'Finally achieving a dream' - Man United and Perth Glory fans and players react to unique night of football
It was a momentous occasion at Optus Stadium as Hyundai A-League Premiers Perth Glory welcomed Premier League giants Manchester United to Western Australia.
And when one of the biggest football clubs in the world come to town, social media goes ablaze. Here's the best of what we saw out there.
The Red Devils certainly enjoyed the spectacular fireworks and strobe light display which greeted them, and Glory thanked the 50,000 plus supporters in attendance.
Glory may have gone down to a 2-0 defeat without a number of their key players, but those who were not playing were watching intently.
It will be a night to remember forever in the Popovic household as Perth head coach Tony gave a run out to his teenage sons Kristian, 17, and Gabriel, 15.
And United's players were quick to show the city of Perth some love for their experience Down Under.
It was not just United's players who were enjoying the show, Portuguese right-back Diogo Dalot's family were also in town.
But it's not all about the players, fans of Glory and United came together to enjoy the spectacle.
Aaron Wan-Bissaka may go on to have a big career in the red of Manchester, and this Red Devils supporter may reminisce about the first time the right-back pulled on a United jersey.
Another fan was blown away by the stunning Welcome to Country which opened proceedings on a magical evening in the City of Lights.
This fan had a dream meeting with United's legendary mascot Fred the Red!
And many others simply basked in the glory of a truly unique night of football on the banks of the Swan River.