Deep into injury time at the end of the first half between Nottingham Forest and Fulham at the City Ground, Harry Arter gave the London side the lead.
It was a sensational strike from the Ireland midfielder who recovered well after initially appearing to have run into trouble.
The goal was Arter's third of the season. His first in the Championship only came late last month in Fulham's 2-1 victory against QPR.
The 30-year-old scored with Ireland assistant manager Keith Andrews on commentary duty for Sky Sports. Andrews could only laugh as Arter's strike arrowed towards the top corner of Brice Samba's net.
What a hit! What a goal! 🚀💥
Harry Arter fires Fulham into the lead with this absolute peach of a strike! 🍑 pic.twitter.com/5zcBT5pMEW
— Sky Sports Football (@SkyFootball) July 7, 2020
Both Fulham and Forest went into the game solidly in the Championship playoff spots and with chances of automatic promotion still a live possibility.
Fulham won the game 1-0, a result which leaves them fourth on 73 points, four behind second-placed West Brom.