According to some aficionado, today was only the second time in the history of top flight football that two teams have produced a 4-3 scoreline in successive meetings.
Quite simply, it had everything.
Goals? How’s seven for you? Atrocious defending? You bet. Terrible refereeing? And then some!
And on top of all that, we were treated to what was quite possibly the most dramatic last minute winner Molineux has seen.
It was just deserts for hat-trick hero Diogo Jota, who produced his best performance in old gold.
The diminutive forward gave Danny Simpson and Wes Morgan a torrid time, constantly looking to peel off one of their shoulders and get in on goal.
That type of industrious centre forward play proved a treat for Ruben Neves, who pulled the strings from beginning to last. If you can show me two better passes than the ones he laid on for our third and fourth goals, I’ll doff my proverbial hat to you in a heartbeat.
Questions were asked of our MVP when he experienced an unprecedented dip in form, but he is certainly back to his best now.
Other standout performances included Conor Coady, who had Jamie Vardy tucked in his pocket all afternoon, and Leander Dendoncker, who is starting to look very tidy in the centre of the park.
It wasn’t quite so splendid an afternoon for the defence as a whole, with Willy Boly’s absence proving telling.
At least two of the Leicester goals were entirely preventable, and I’m sure Nuno would agree with me when I say we need to improve on our game management.
Still, it’d be foolhardy of me to dwell on the negatives on a day like to day.
This is the type of game that encapsulate what it really means to be a supporter, with delirium and despair served up in equal measure.
And it’s a clear sign of what makes this current Wolves team so easy to love.
They never give up and always look to play on the front foot, no matter the opposition.
Whatever the future may hold for our club, I’ll treasure the memories of this last 18 months until the day I die.
Put simply, it’s the stuff dreams are made of.