Around the same time that his hometown club were being crowned Premier League champions last night, Leicester's Mark Selby clinched the World Snooker Championship to secure a double triumph for the East Midlands city.
The 2014 champion led Ding Junhui throughout Sunday and heading into yesterday's final session found himself 14-11 in front.
Ding then reeled off three frames in a row to draw himself level, but Selby soon took control to claim the big prize.
"It is fantastic. It was very special to win it two years ago, but I felt under a lot more pressure now than I did two years ago," the 32-year-old told BBC Sport.
On Leicester's triumph, he added: "To be Premier League champions is a fantastic achievement and I want to say well done to Claudio Ranieri and the boys."
Selby is only the sixth multiple world champion in the Crucible era.