Mayo and Leitrim's FBD League preliminary round game at Páirc Seán Mac Diarmada in Carrick-On-Shannon on Sunday was decided by a penalty shootout.
The game, which was the first of James Horan's second spell in charge of the county, finished 2-13 each after 70 minutes with Leitrim grabbing a late equalising point.
— Mayo GAA (@MayoGAA) January 6, 2019
It then went straight to a penalty shootout which Mayo won 4-1. Prior to the shootout beginning, an announcement was made that only goals - and not points - would count.
Mayo manager James Horan told RTÉ after the game that he and his players knew on Saturday that there was a possibility the game would be decided by a shootout.
The first three penalties were scored by Mayo duo Jason Doherty and Brian Reape with Ryan O'Rourke replying for Leitrim.
Mark Plunkett then missed for Leitrim before Fergal Boland put Mayo 3-1 ahead. After Domhnaill Flynn missed Leitrim's fourth, Evan Regan struck the deciding spot kick.
Mayo will play Galway in the FBD League semi-final next week.
You can watch the shootout below.
Penalty shoot out! https://t.co/MvFcMl3b41
— Connacht GAA (@ConnachtGAA) January 6, 2019
Picture credit: Sportsfile