Alfie Mawson helped the boys pull off an upset against the top flight giants.
Swansea City are another step closer to Premier League survival after a massive win over Liverpool.
They pulled off an upset to beat the Reds 1-nil at the Liberty Stadium ending the Anfield side's run of 14 top flight games unbeaten.
The boys are now three points from safety.
Boss Carlos Carvalhal has his own way of explaining the situation Swansea now find themselves in.
The only goal of the game came from Alfie Mawson.
The centre-back said the result has given the side a huge boost: "It was a massive win and everyone was probably writing us off," said Mawson. "We showed that anything can happen in football.
"A result like that boosts our confidence and belief that we can stay in the league.
"The manager is massive on self-confidence. The belief has to be there. If you don’t believe in yourselves how can anyone else? We have to stick together and get through this tough period.
"The result puts a bit of pressure on the teams above us. Hopefully we can build on the performance and take confidence into our FA Cup game and Arsenal next week."
"On another day it could have been a different outcome. Hopefully that will be the turning point and the little bit of luck we need.
"We have to stick together and get through this tough period.
"It was great to get match winning goal but the most important thing is to get the three points."