Following Fulham F.C.’s win in the final game of the 45th round of the English Championship, the English second league’s new record-breaking goalscorer Aleksandar Mitrović was held up in a mob of fans, who overran nearly the entire surface of the London stadium.

In the moment when the head referee blew the final whistle marking the end of the last game of the season at the legendary Craven Cottage, the crowd went into a delirium. It had started earlier, when Mitrović boisteriously celebrated one of his goals, but the real trance set in after the game was finished.

The Serbian national team player was the “main target” of the fans, who wanted to touch and hug his football holiness and probably the most lethal finisher they had ever had the chance to see in the black-and-white jersey.

As a reminder, Fulham F.C. achieved a convincing victory in the penultimate round of the English second league with a score of 7:0, and the native Smederevan scored two goals, breaking Guy Whittingham’s famous record.

“Mitar” and his teammates had previously won Fulham F.C.’s return to the Premier League, which is why the enthusiastic celebration by the team’s fans is not surprising.