Tyrone have stunned Mayo in the All-Ireland final with a comprehensive 2-14 to 15 points win.
The Ulster champions led 10-8 at half-time as Mayo were looking to win the Sam Maguire for the first time in 70 years.
Meanwhile, this is the first All-Ireland title Tyrone have won since 2008.
They lined out as selected while Oisin Mullin started for James Horan's side at wing back with Enda Hession dropped to the bench.
— The GAA (@officialgaa) September 11, 2021
It was a back and forth game with both teams taking their points well when the chance came.
Mayo came closest to scoring a goal in the first half as Tyrone goalkeeper Niall Morgan strayed off his line a few times, which gave the Connacht champions opportunities.
Mayo's talisman Aidan O'Shea had a great chance with Morgan off his line, but his shot was blocked by a Tyrone defender.
With only a few points between them, Mayo were awarded a penalty, but Ryan O'Donoghue hit the post and squandered a golden opportunity.
A few moments later Tyrone substitute Cathal McShane connected with a high ball as he fisted the ball past the Mayo keeper.
The Connacht side pushed for a goal of their own but to no avail. The game was sealed on 58 minutes as in typical Tyrone fashion a flowing counter-attack ended with a goal from Darren McCurry.
All Ireland Senior Championship Final (Full Time)
Tyrone 2-14 (20)
Mayo 0-15 (15)
ALL IRELAND CHAMPIONS! ⚪️🔴
We’ve done it - Sam is coming back to Tyrone 🏆 pic.twitter.com/xocw85p5GP
— Tyrone GAA (@TyroneGAALive) September 11, 2021