A video of Joe Jacobson’s winning penalty against Oxford United which sent Wycombe into the Championship has been dubbed over with the theme song from Titanic.

The climax of Celine Dion’s, ‘My Heart Will Go On’, which was number one in 21 countries between 1997 and 1998, drops as soon as Wycombe’s number three scored the penalty which earned the Chairboys promotion to the second-tier of English football, for the first time in their history.

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The video then ends as well as the song with skipper Matt Bloomfield and EFL cult hero Adebayo Akinfenwa lifting the League One play-off final trophy on the wet Wembley turf.

The one-minute clip was uploaded onto Twitter by user Luke Leighton who said: “@joe_jacobson’s promotion-winning goal is so much better with the Titanic music.”

It was put on the site a day after Wycombe’s 2-1 victory against Oxford and has been just over 8,000 times.

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This video my Mr Leighton comes two years after he did the same thing, but for when Wycombe's Dominic Gape scored the winning goal against Chesterfield, which saw Wycombe get promoted from League Two into League One. 

The 'My Heart Will Go On' internet meme was first introduced to the world in 2016, when online users would take dramatic moments from films and sport and would replace the audio with the climax of the 90s classic.

Joe Jacobson’s winner against Karl Robinson's men was his 12th goal of the season – his best ever goalscoring campaign.