Football has witnessed some incredible injury-time goals in the last few days, with Ben Watson's beautiful header to win the FA Cup for Wigan and Troy Deeney's magical strike to put Watford in the Championship play-off final at Wembley.
But while Watson and Deeney both produced great strikes, the late goal in the Korean K-League match between FC Anyang and Gwangju was marked by the most painful of own goals conceded by the keeper three minutes into injury time at the end of the second half.
When a Gwangju cross was deflected high into the air off the legs of Anyang defender Tae-Bong Kim, it seemed a simple matter for goalkeeper Sung-Woo Baek to collect a ball that was looping down straight into his arms.
What happened next, not even Sung-Woo can explain, though we'd describe it as a simple brain fart. He managed to let the ball slip through his fingers and into the net to give away an equaliser and ensure the match finished 2-2.
It was a painful moment for Anyang, who had been on course for only their second win of the season, but instead remain rooted to the bottom of the table. And we can all see why.