Neal Maupay won't want to see the highlights of yesterday's 2-0 defeat by Cardiff again, but his miss will be played for years to come in many worst misses ever football shows.
The Bees were 1-0 down when Ollie Watkins nicked the ball off the last Cardiff man after Neil Etheridge's pass to square it to Maupay, but with only the goal and a flailing Sol Bamba to beat the Frenchman somehow slotted the ball WIDE of the post from only a matter of yards.
It was a horror miss and one of the worst that you'll ever see in a football match, but where does it rank amongst the other terrible misses that footballers have endured over the years?
We've looked back at some of those unfortunate moments.
Ronny Rosenthal, Liverpool vs Aston Villa, 1992
Probably one of the most infamous misses in the history of football , it nearly always tops the lists of those worst misses shows at Christmas.
Rosenthal had rounded the keeper in front of the Holte End, he somehow managed to rattle the crossbar from eight yards out with the goal gaping.
Liverpool lost 4-2, with Rosenthal eventually scoring, but in the months following you couldn't move without seeing a replay of the miss.
Yakubu, Nigeria vs South Korea, 2010
Another shocking miss that almost matches Maupay's effort, except Yakubu's effort cost Nigeria a place in the last 16 of the 2010 World Cup.
The ball was set up on a tee for the striker after his team mate found him with a lovely ball from the left, with Yakubu all alone in the six yard box.
All he had to do was tap it home , but he pulled his effort wide, exactly like Maupay did yesterday.
Mario Balotelli, Man City vs LA Galaxy, 2011
What words come to mind to describe Balotelli?
Eccentric is certainly up there - and there's no better example of this than his strange miss against LA Galaxy in Man City's pre-season fixture in 2011.
Balotelli was played through one-on-one with the Galaxy keeper , and all he needed to do was strike at goal.
But this is Mario Balotelli, so of course, he decided to turn with his back to goal and and try to back heel it.
Safe to say, he missed and his team mates and manager weren't happy with him - Roberto Mancini subbed him right after.
Fernando Torres, Chelsea vs Man United, 2011
Torres was a lethal striker in the red of Liverpool, but after his £50million move to Chelsea he never really found that touch again.
With the hosts 3-1 up, Torres was played through the middle and took it past Edwin van der Sar with a lovely stepover, and all he had to do was knock it into an empty goal.
But Torres was off balance, and as he struck it with his left foot he was slightly off balance, and the ball sailed wide of the post and into the (laughing) fans behind the goal.