David Connolly's dramatic injury-time winner gave AFC Wimbledon victory over Luton Town on Saturday but it was Dannie Bulman's right-foot rocket that had everyone talking.
The Dons were in the driving seat after Alfie Potter's opener and that stunner from Bulman but the Hatters came roaring back and goals from Jayden Stockley and Elliott Lee squared things up.
However, with virtually the last kick of the match, returning Dons hero Connolly showed he hasn't lost the magic touch as he slotted home in stoppage time to steal the points.
“I love having David around the place and the lads have got so much respect for him,” said Wimbledon boss Neal Ardley .
“He rolled back the years and it’s great to have an option like that. We had wanted to stretch the game so we put Ade Azeez on to utilise his pace near the end of the game and that worked.
“Then David did what he does best. He reads those types of moments and I’m delighted for him. He has had a tough year in his football career and hopefully he will really enjoy this.”