Sunderland fan Bradley Lowery enjoyed the night of his life when Chelsea came to the Stadium of Light last night.
Bradley, 5, has a rare form of cancer and was a mascot at Sunderland's match with Everton earlier this season.
His parents were recently told that the cancer had spread, so, because it was Bradley's dream to score a goal for his beloved Black Cats, Sunderland and Chelsea arranged for this to happen.
During the warm-up for last night’s match, Bradley was given the chance to beat Chelsea’s Asmir Begovic from the penalty spot, which he duly did, but only after a few tips from Diego Costa.
As well as leading the teams out as a mascot, the whole stadium paid tribute to Bradley’s brave fight against cancer with a minute’s applause in the fifth minute.
See: Bradley's Fight