Watford vs Leicester City was on course to be an incredible quiet Premier League fixture.
Much like Aston Villa's 0-0 draw with Sheffield United and the goalless first-half between Norwich City and Southampton, it seemed as though the tie at Vicarage Road would fizzle out quietly.
Oh how wrong people were.
Just as it seemed as though Nigel Pearson's men had kept a clean sheet against their Champions League place-challenging opponent, Ben Chilwell popped up with a moment of brilliance.
The England left-back, who has been strongly linked with a move to Chelsea, bombed forward with barely a minute left of regulation time to score an absolutely stunning goal.
Chilwell's left-footed screamer
Bearing down on goal with his left foot, Chilwell fired an incredible shot into the far top corner with Ben Foster simply slumping to his knees and looking flabbergasted.
You can check out the phenomenal strike down below:
Dawson's bicycle kick from nowhere
So, game over, right? Leicester has consolidated their third-place standing with a win over a team struggling in a relegation battle. Oh no, the Premier League is more exciting than that.
There was a twist in the tale with Craig Dawson equalising for the hornets with another sensational goal, scoring a bicycle kick from a stoppage-time corner that Kasper Schmeichel couldn't handle.
Check out that beauty down below:
Oh Premier League, how we've missed you.
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