Huddersfield Town recorded a famous win which will go down in club folklore as they defeated Premier League giants Manchester United for the first time since 1952.
Jose Mourinho’s men travelled to West Yorkshire unbeaten in the league but left it battered and bruised - even before Storm Brian set in.
First-half goals from Aaron Mooy and Laurent Depoitre did the damage with Marcus Rashford pulling one back in the second period.
Check out Examiner Football Writer Blake Welton's quick-fire talking points from the game below.
Mathias Zanka’s last ditch tackle in stoppage time to preserve the 2-1 lead helped answer some of his recent critics.
Moan of the Match
A minor quibble - David Wagner’s men sat back too deep for the majority of the second period and could have been punished.
Has the German head coach found Tom Ince’s most effective position as well as a Plan B formation?
Man of the Match
Aaron Mooy: A goal and influential to everything in a more advanced role - simply sensational
Tweet of the Match
Lee Mason (Greater Manchester): Let the game flow and expertly legislated for the atrocious weather conditions in the second-half
Manchester United fans will be used to white-hot atmosphere’s and this part of West Yorkshire was right up there with some of the best.
A game which saw Huddersfield Town kick-start their Premier League campaign - not just in terms of the result but in the manner it was achieved.