Goalkeeper Seny Dieng scored a jaw-dropping 92nd equaliser for Queens Park Rangers at Sunderland.
The Senegal international's stoppage time header rescued a dramatic point for his side and cued scenes of jubilation in the away end at the Stadium of Light on Sunday. QPR had trailed by two goals with just three minutes of normal time remaining, before Ilias Chair grabbed what appeared to be a consolation strike to get them back in it.
Chair's goal set the stage for Dieng to steal the headlines in additional time after manager Michael Beale sent him up for a corner in pursuit of an equaliser.
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Sunderland appeared to have initially dealt with QPR's initial corner, with Dieng staying in the opposition penalty area as his side recycled the ball.
With the ball crossed back in by Chair, the QPR keeper was able to leap unmarked to nod the ball over Anthony Patterson, with the Black Cats keeper powerless to stop Dieng's looping header.
Fans were quick to react to the goal on social media, with the header unsurprisingly representing Dieng's first senior goal, as one tweeted: "Nothing beats a goalkeeper goal."
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Another added: "Can't not enjoy a goalkeeper scoring a late equaliser or winner." Meanwhile, a third also wrote: "Taken like a proper centre forward!! What a header!"
27-year-old Dieng is now into his sixth year at Loftus Road, having joined the club from Duisburg back in 2016. He has since gone on to make a total of 76 appearances for the club, keeping 21 clean sheets in the process.
He has also won three caps for Senegal and was a member of the squad which won the Africa Cup of Nations in Cameroon at the beginning of this year.
His goal on Saturday meant QPR ended the day ninth in the Championship after three matches with a single win, draw and loss in the league this season.
Their late fight back also came just four days after they were dumped out of the League Cup on penalties by League One side Charlton Athletic.
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