Cheltenham Town goalkeeper Scott Brown almost joined the 'hallowed' ranks of goal-scoring stoppers on Tuesday night during his side's 3-2 win over Luton.
With just four minutes on the clock Brown launched a drop-kick upfield, but - intentionally or not - the ball carried so much momentum that it travelled the entire length of the pitch before dipping towards the underside of Reading loanee, Stuart Moore's goal.
Moore reacted well however, and tipped the effort over the bar, much to Brown's amazement.
The visitors were ahead after five minutes when debutant goalkeeper Stuart Moore made a hash of his punch and Will Boyle scored from close range.
The Robins broke with devastating pace to make it 2-0 on 28 minutes, with Carl Winchester picking out Barthram to fire past Moore. Luton did reduce the deficit on 41 minutes, Vassell slamming home from inside the box. Cheltenham had a third on the hour, with Billy Waters on hand to beat Moore and score his 12th of the season.
The Hatters were back in the game once more in the 72nd minute when Liam Davis turned Olly Lee's drilled free-kick into his own net but the hosts couldn't find an equaliser.
Hit play on the video at the top of the page to see Cheltenham Town goalkeeper Scott Brown almost score against Luton