Fans, journalists and radio presenters have taken to social media to congratulate Lewis Dunk on his England debut against the USA.
Dunk made the starting line-up for the friendly, in which Wayne Ronney will play his 120th cap for England. And fans are delighted for the defender.
Long-term Albion fan @farside1 tweeted: "60 years a #BHAFC fan and only the second Albion player I've seen play for #England What an absolute delight to watch #LewisDunk represent his country tonight."
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@Steven1Aguiar tweeted: "Lewis Dunk finally where he belongs, been calling this for a couple years now," while Tyler Moran said: "Buzzing for @lewisdunk making his England debut!"
Vikkisu had one hope tonight. She said: "So pleased for @lewisdunk but for the love of god please come back to us at @OfficialBHAFC in one piece!"
@PressOfficerMan spelt out what an achievement it is for the club quite nicely. He said: "Brighton and Hove Albion's recovery complete. May 1983: relegated from top division. May 1997: one game from falling out of the English league. May 2017: first promotion to the top division in 34 years. Nov 2018: defender Lewis Dunk plays for England #ENGvUSA"
Brighton season ticket holder Kayleigh Rebecca (@brightongirl20) tweetd: "Im not even gonna lie, got slightly emotional watching @lewisdunk sing the national anthem! #bhafc #hesoneofourown #dunk #sussexbythesea #ENGvUSA!"
Horsham man Mark Barrett tweeted: "Brilliant to see Lewis Dunk make his debut for @England - know his Dad will be extremely proud!"
Radio presenter Jack Hayes (@jacktheladradio) tweeted: "What a night for @lewisdunk starting for England & a proud night for his club too!! A very proud day for him and @OfficialBHAFC just brilliant. Good for you Lewis."
Paul Hayward, chief sports writer of the Daily Telegraph tweeted: "Lewis Dunk, who’s making his England debut, went to the school next to the one my children attended. I feel he’s representing the area, his whole generation in these parts. I love that about sport."