Sunderland full-back Bryan Oviedo belted in the Black Cats' opener into the top corner during their clash against Millwall.
The Costa Rican international looked to have put Chris Coleman's struggling side on course for just a second league victory of 2018 when he put them in front just before the half-hour mark.
In a pre-rehearsed short corner routine with Aiden McGeady, the former Everton man drifted into his chosen position on the edge of the area, before curling a breath-taking strike past Millwall goalkeeper Jordan Archer.
Despite the game's sensational first goal, Millwall laid siege to the Sunderland goal and their intense pressure eventually paid off 21 minutes from time.
Shaun Hutchinson squirmed a shot past Jason Steele after the stopper had stunningly kept out Steve Morison's effort to earn both sides a share of the spoils and leave Sunderland well within the relegation mire.
Click play on the video above to see how Oviedo opened the scoring in style at the Den on Saturday afternoon.