On-loan striker Adam Armstrong produced another sensational goal for Coventry City to seal a great comeback win over Peterborough.
The Sky Blues had trailed Posh 2-0 until a second-half fightback.
After pulling a goal back, Coventry then drew level with 10 minutes left through Armstrong's ninth goal of the campaign.
But the teenager - on loan from Newcastle - saved his best to last with an outrageous piece of skill which beat two defenders and allowed him to drill home the winner with his left foot.
Coventry boss Tony Mowbray said: “The supporters dragged the team along, we attacked with purpose, and Armstrong’s second goal…if any player in the world scored that we would be eulogising about it."