If a goalkeeper saves a penalty during a game of football it is a rare and spectacular moment. More often than not, in the lottery-esque battle of wills between taker and stopper, the shooter is the one that prevails. But if one save is rare, two is nothing short of miraculous. Anything above that, you're into Alice in Wonderland levels of fantasy.
Unless, of course, you are Dundee United goalkeeper Cammy Bell.
Dundee United beat Dunfermline 3-1 at East End Park after leading 1-0 at half-time thanks to a goal from Simon Murray but, moreover, Bell's three first half penalty saves from three different takers.
The saves are at 0:11, 1:05 and 1:19 in the video below.
In a nice twist on the tradition of a hat-trick scorer getting the match ball, Bell received the match ball at the end of the game and got it signed by his team-mates. Of course, as well as the saves he was "delighted with the three points".