Manchester City had Amazon Prime Video to thank for saving the day after their changing room was plunged into darkness before their thumping Premier League victory at Burnley.
The facility at Turf Moor was pitch black before the Prime Video team stepped into lend a light to save the day.
The players took advantage of the dimly lit conditions to begin a sing-song of Oasis track 'Wonderwall', using their phone to light the room.
Before Amazon handed over a light the Manchester City dressing room was pitch black
Presenter Gabby Logan joked about the incident on Amazon's Premier League debut
No lights in the away dressing room? 💡— Amazon Prime Video Sport (@primevideosport) December 3, 2019
We've got you covered, @ManCity 😉
Join us for all the build-up: https://t.co/BSPd2aSoTV#PLonPrimepic.twitter.com/noE8SezQpJ
The players began singing along to Oasis track 'Wonderwall' despite the dark conditions
The difficult start did not stop the reigning champions produce a stunning display to thrash their north-west neighbours 4-1.
Gabriel Jesus struck in both halves, while a stunning Rodrigo goal and late Riyad Mahrez effort sealed three points before Robbie Brady's consolation.
Midfielder Bernardo Silva proved the problem had been fixed by the end of the match by sharing a pciture of the whole squad and staff together.
TOGETHER! 🔵🔵 pic.twitter.com/UMvPzYlTOx— Bernardo Silva (@BernardoCSilva) December 3, 2019
On the blackout, presenter Gabby Logan joked: 'It's rudimentary, but a friend in need is a friend indeed.
'I'm not quite sure if they are going to have to take turns focusing on each other.
'As a fan of lighting, it will make them look lovely. It is a really nice light.'
Amazon are streaming a full round of Premier League fixtures for the very first time this week, with Crystal Palace v Bournemouth and then Burnley v Manchester City their first games on Tuesday.
Team manager Emily MacLennan carried the light into the dingy dressing room