Patrick McClean's overhead kick late in the game secured Glentoran a 3-2 win over Larne in their Irish Premiership clash at Inver Park.
The 22-year old defender was at hand to deliver a last-gasp blow with a superb finish. The result lifts then to two points behind third-placed Cliftonville.
McClean, younger brother of Irish international James, scored the goal on the same day it was announced he had signed a new two-year deal with the club.
Centre-back scoring an overhead kick? Standard in the #IrishPremiership ?
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McClean's effort combined with a Paul O'Neill double was enough to secure all three points as they continue their search for a European spot.
Meanwhile, in Dublin, a 0-0 draw with city rivals St. Patrick's Athletic was enough to secure Bohemians a spot in Europe. It is a superb feat for Keith Long and his young outfit, who held out despite having James Finnerty sent off.
Bohemians fans pour on to the pitch in Inchicore as their 10 men hold out against the dominant St Patrick's Athletic to secure qualification for next year's Europa League #rtesoccer pic.twitter.com/QOViRDRRSP
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