Today's early Premier League match up between Brighton & Hove Albion and Bournemouth was certainly one for the neutrals.
With both teams conjuring up 42 attempts on goal, the 2-2 result could be considered a fairly modest return.
Yet, after falling behind twice at the Amex Stadium to the hosts, Bournemouth's resilience manifested itself in the most beautifully absurd way possible.
At 2-1, Bournemouth found themselves with a corner kick.
Nothing unusual there then. Swung in to the near post, it's safe to say that Brighton's attempts at clearing the ball were less than convincing.
With one of Brighton's goalscorers Glenn Murray finding himself on the floor, Bournemouth were unlucky not to win themselves a penalty after the ball stuck Lewis Dunk.
However, the referee wasn't buying it.
Keeping the madness in the Brighton box well and truly alive, the ball then disappeared for a bit - players from both sides left looking up in the sky.
A few more half-arsed attempts at getting the ball out of their box once and for all didn't quite do the job either, and, after what seemed an unfeasible amount of time, it finally broke.
With the deftest of touches toward goal, Callum Wilson was the man who finally got a decisive touch on the ball.
It's not going to go down as his finest goal for the Eddie Howe's side, but it did leave Bournemouth looking marginally less foolish of the two sides in this farcical few seconds.
In a game that threw up so many chances, it's wonderfully ironic that the most memorable goal of the lot will be this masterpiece of mediocre defending.