There was another easy three points for the England football team in Sofia last night, as Gareth Southgate's boys absolutely annihilated Bulgaria by a trouncingly-reassuring 6-0 scoreline, settling fans' nerves after last week's poor show in the Czech Republic.
Ross Barkley and Raheem Sterling both scored twice after Marcus Rashford's early strike, with Harry Kane also getting on the scoresheet with five minutes left, as England retained top spot in their Euro 2020 Group.
The big talking point, however, was the awful performance of the Bulgarian team. They were dreadful, something not lost on their fans.
One, who was clad from head-to-toe in black, with a black mask covering most of his face, gave a Nazi-style salute, as he mumbled:
"We strzacywzwrt (unintelligible)."
Another, dressed similarly, said:
"They were dreadful. England were far superior in every department, and in every area of the pitch. We were never in the game."
He said he had left at halftime, so disappointed was he. Others said they also felt they couldn't stomach their team's substandard performance.
Karadan Wankic, a self-confessed Right-wing Ultra Fascist, offered:
"Bulgaria were woeful. It was like men against boys. I left at halftime, because I'm scared of the dark. I'm a bit of a tosspot, really."
And yet another racist Ultra, 13-year-old Timmy Wankov, said:
"I had to go at halftime. Mum told me to be home by ten o'clock."