Norwich managed to shock Tottenham Hotspur on Wednesday to progress to the FA Cup quarter-finals.
Jose Mourinho's side were expected to have too much for a side that currently sits bottom of the Premier League.
And they looked like they'd cruise through when Jan Vertonghen headed home the opener after 13 minutes.
But Norwich battled back and restored parity late on through Josip Drmic.
Neither side were able to find a winner in extra-time meaning the victor was decided by penalties.
And it was the visitors who would progress as Tim Krul was the hero in the shootout.
One man that has impressed for Norwich all season, and had a good game again on Wednesday, was Todd Cantwell.
The playmaker is just 22 years of age and there was a lot of pressure on him during the shootout.
With the score in the penalty shootout 2-2, Cantwell stepped up with the chance to put them one spot-kick away from going through.
And new footage shows just how he took the p*ss out of Spurs before and after his penalty.
He was being booed immensely by the Tottenham crowd who tried to put him off. Michel Vorm also tried to get in his head by giving him the ball.
But Cantwell, who is a boyhood Arsenal fan, was coolness personified.
He did five kick-ups before placing the ball down on the spot.
The youngster then dispatched his penalty into the top corner before shushing the Spurs crowd.
Watch the new footage below:
You can also watch his perfect penalty below:
Now that is just nerves of steel. Tim Krul would then save Gedson Fernandes' penalty to send Norwich through.
In such a hostile atmosphere, it wouldn't have been surprising if someone of Cantwell's age and inexperience let the pressure get to them.
But he clearly thrived off the situation and wanted to silence his boyhood club's rivals.
Daniel Farke's side will now play Manchester United for a place in the semi-finals.
Cantwell will no doubt be pivotal for the Canaries as they try to book a place at Wembley.
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