MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — The Minnesota Vikings came out on top on Sunday’s game against the New Orleans Saints, but as no one needs to be reminded, it was looking downright dire for the team in the game’s final seconds.

After blowing a 17-0 lead, the Vikings found themselves down by one point with just seconds to go in the fourth quarter.

READ MORE: St. Paul School Board Votes To Close 6 Schools Amid Declining Enrollment, Sustainability Concerns 

According to various reports in social media, it was somewhere at that point when Saints coach Sean Payton mocked the Vikings and their fans by enacting the now-ubiquitous “SKOL Clap.”

READ MORE: Minneapolis Sees 90th, 91st Homicides Of 2021 After Violent Night

Ben Leber, reporting for KFAN, was among the first who mentioned it. But then, Twitter user Jonathan Fortner provided the receipts late Monday evening.

MORE NEWS: Wizards Beat Wolves 115-107; Towns Hurts Himself Dunking

All’s well that ends well, though. Stefan Diggs caught that pass for a 61-yard touchdown as the last grains of sand were exiting the upper half of the hourglass.