To Jimmy Glass, Rogerio Ceni, Jose Luis Chilavert and Paul Robinson now add the name Kendrick Dania.
The Britannia goalkeeper has joined the exclusive club of goalscoring shot-stoppers after he bagged a 94th minute equaliser in the Division di Honour - Aruba's top flight.
2-1 behind with seconds remaining, Britannia won a free-kick just inside their own half. Up went Dania.
Most keepers fancy themselves as decent outfield players, but few ever get the opportunity to prove it in the opposition box.
So when the ball was hoofed forward and Nacional failed to clear, Dania saw his name up in lights.
Diving in at the far post, the Britannia keeper slid the ball home and proceeded to celebrate in the only way a goalkeeper should after scoring a last-second equaliser - by wildly flailing his arms about like a madman.
Check out the video of Dania's goal below - and credit to 101greatgoals.com for sourcing the clip before anyone else...
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