Millwall's magical cup upset of reigning Premier League champions Leicester City at the Den on Saturday afternoon sparked a pitch invasion from the home fans who celebrated Shaun Cummings' 90th minute winner for 10 man Lions.
Police horses were on hand to restore order as Millwall fans found their way onto the pitch, however, an unusual sight was spotted amongst the notorious supporters of the South London side.
Grandmother and grandson spotted giving Leicester fans some abuse during Milwall's pitch invasion today. The beautiful game pic.twitter.com/l5nq0EwBB5— BigSport (@BigSportGB) February 18, 2017
An elderly grandmother and her equally enthusiastic grandson were photographed amongst the hooligans jeering the visiting supporters; each with an arm raised, while grabbing hold of each other.
While some may criticise Millwall for again being incapable of controlling its supporters, others will forgive the Lions following such an incredible result. Claudio Ranieri's side are having an abysmal season and could not overcome their third tier opposition, despite the man advantage for almost half the game.
The Foxes are now heading into their Champions League round of 16 tie with Sevilla in truly horrendous form, while also having to battle against relegation in the top flight.
Millwall, on the other hand, face a less glamorous fixture next, as they travel to Rochdale to continue their push for a play off place in the Sky Bet League One table.