Wrexham Football Club, owned by famous Hollywood actors Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney, saw their FA Cup dreams come to an end in a heart-breaking defeat against Sheffield United.
Despite an impressive run in this year's tournament, which saw them defeat second-tier Coventry and push promotion-chasing Sheffield United to the brink, Wrexham ultimately fell 3-1 with two late goals in stoppage time.
With the disappointment, Reynolds and McElhenney showed their support for the team, expressing their pride in the players and the 4000-plus away supporters.
The National League team, currently second in the league and just three points behind Notts County with two games in hand, will turn their focus to securing a return to the fourth tier for the first time since 2008.
The FA Cup has always been a thrilling distraction for the north Wales club, who have a history of causing upsets against top-tier teams.
Although they didn't secure a fairytale ending, Wrexham can hold their heads high knowing they gave it their all.