Sorry guys, fun time is over. Time to get back to reality.
Perhaps more than any other, Wales' qualifying campaign for the 2004 European Championships is one to look back on as a wasted opportunity.
Wales were top with 12 points from four games before stumbling hugely.
They lost in Serbia and Montenegro and Italy, were held at home by Finland and lost at home to Serbia and Montenegro in their final qualifier, finishing four points behind Italy, claiming only one point from their final four qualifiers.
You know what happened next.
Wales qualified for a play-off, drew Russia and held them to a 0-0 blank in Moscow that set the stage for a showdown in Cardiff four days later.
However, inspired by Yegor Titov, Wales were beaten 1-0 in Cardiff.
Titov was the difference maker, his energy carrying his side, even though he had just returned from injury.
When Titov tested positive for bromantane - a Cold War anti-fatigue drug developed by the military - shortly afterwards, Wales appealed against the result.
The matter reached the Court of Arbitration for Sport, but Wales lost.
Manager Mark Hughes left for Blackburn early in the next campaign and pretty soon the likes of Gary Speed, Robbie Savage and Ryan Giggs retired and Wales were forced into a painful re-building process.
But as a single, one-off victory, this must rank as one of the greatest in Welsh football history.
Thank you for helping us relive that memorable night in 2002.
Until next time, stay safe, stay distant and take care.