Ryan Woods and Sergi Canos scored sensational goals as Brentford beat Reading by two goals to one.
The former Shrewsbury man opened the scoring in the first half with a sublime 25-yard strike, which he said surprised even him.
Garath McCleary levelled the scores after combining well with Matej Vydra early in the second half.
However, Canos stole the show with a superb late strike that has been compared with Paul Gascoigne's famous goal against Scotland at Euro 96.
With the Liverpool loanee's first touch, he took the ball over Stephen Quinn and left the full back on the turf. For his second, he escaped the clutches of Michael Hector and his third saw the ball nestle in the goal to give Brentford the win.
Gascoigne's strike only saw him take the ball over the defender before volleying home but the skill of the goal and what it meant has been etched into the memories of any English football fan.
See Canos' goal above and Gazza's goal below and compare for yourself.