Sheffield Wednesday and more importantly Ireland goalkeeper Keiren Westwood is on fire in the Championship Play-Off final.
At the time of writing the score remains 0-0 at half-time, and it's largely down to the 31-year-old Irish international who has produced a number of quality saves, but in particular this one from Hull's Abel Hernandez.
It was former West Ham midfielder Momo Diamé whose pass was inadvertently deflected into Hernandez's path, but the Uruguay international couldn't beat the oncoming Westwood who spread himself and diverted the ball beyond his goal with a spectacular stop.
Westwood was obviously unavailable for Ireland's 1-1 draw with The Netherlands yesterday, but many fans in green fancy him as a more viable no.1 than Darren Randolph.
Manchester-born Westwood has represented Ireland 18 times since his debut in 2009.