Robbie Brady's left peg is a lethal weapon.
Leeds United were moments away from advancing to the 4th round of the Carabao Cup after Pablo Hernandez looked to have won it with a 93rd-minute penalty kick, but Burnley's #12 had other plans.
A free-kick was awarded on the edge of the box in the sixth minute of stoppage time, but Robbie Brady was not one bit phased as he calmly slotted the ball into the top corner to send the game to extra time.
The Sky Sports commentator even acknowledged the sense of anticipation as Brady took the strike, the mark of a true dead-ball specialist.
The reverse angle is particularly satisfying.
A super strike, always great to see Robbie Brady scoring.
The Ireland man was introduced as a second-half substitute as he was given a rest having been a forced his way into Sean Dyche's staring eleven in the Premier League, but still managed to make his mark.