Perhaps the major criticism levelled at Leicester City amid their title challenge is the fact few, if any, of the players have been in a similar position before.
Even their manager, Claudio Ranieri, is widely regarded to be one of football’s perennial ‘nearly men’.
Still, unless you’ve been living under a rock for the vast majority of this season, you’ll be well aware that the Foxes are firmly in the mix to lift the Premier League title at the season’s end.
Sure, it’s easy to write them off and the pressure looked as if it had taken its toll last time out, losing to Arsenal.
But if you thought that their title challenge would derail following that result, you clearly don’t know a lot about Leicester. Or this season on a whole.
Good teams churn out results when perhaps they are not at their rampant best. Title winning teams do so.
A frustrating clash with Norwich City, fighting for their lives, looked to be heading for a goalless draw.
Until Leonardo Ulloa nodded a last gasp winner to keep the feel-good dream alive, opening up a five point gap at the summit.
Today, Leicester proved their title credentials. Much to the annoyance of North London, with both Arsenal and Tottenham fans left gutted.
It would have been great if Norwich drew against Leicester, but Leicester can't stop winning.
— Sir Jenkinson (@theEpicGooner) February 27, 2016
I really hope you get relegated @NorwichCityFC.
— TikaTakaWilsh (@TikaTakaWilsh) February 27, 2016
Can't wait for Leicester to be 10th next season & Norwich in the Championship. #hating
— Sam (@samuelJayC) February 27, 2016
I hope Norwich go down and liquidate. Not that I'm bitter or anything
— Alex Ballard (@alexballard88) February 27, 2016
Wasn't expecting Norwich to hold on today… must win tomorrow now. #COYG
— Varo (@_dosuno) February 27, 2016
It took Norwich City to concede in the last minute at Leicester to briefly unite North London into venting their frustration at the East Anglia outfit.
Oh, we should also mention the buzz created by the Foxes. Twitter appears to behind them all the way now, for the most part anyway.
Really hope Leicester City go onto win the Premier League title it would mean so much to the club! #LCFC
— Stephen Jeffries (@SteveboiLFC2016) February 27, 2016
A champions' victory #lcfc
— Mark Sheppard (@MarkShep_Lcfc) February 27, 2016
It's happening you know……..#lcfc
— Lee Wallace (@_lwallace) February 27, 2016
Massive win, played poorly but got the winner. We keep on rolling #LCFC
— Steve Hemmings (@Steve_Hemmings) February 27, 2016
— Dr. Ather Hussain (@Hafiz_Ather) February 27, 2016