Leicester goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel scored a 92nd minute equaliser v Yeovil. http://t.co/tR7MyyaVnT— The Football Bar (@TheFootballBar) March 25, 2014
The Foxes found themselves trailing Yeovil by a solitary goal before Schmeichel stormed into the opposition penalty area and headed home in injury time to earn a last-gasp draw.
This was Leicester's second draw in a row, leaving Burnley just three points behind the Championship leaders, although Nigel Pearson's men still have a game in hand.
But what a hero Leicester have in their goalkeeper, whose finish was as clinical as the best target men in the business.
Schmeichel has impressed between the sticks all season for the Foxes, having even reportedly caught the attention of Arsenal and AC Milan in January. The 27-year-old was also terrific for Denmark against England earlier this month at Wembley.
Who knew, though, that the shot stopper would ever score a last-minute equaliser for his side? Where there is a will, there is a way - and Leicester are proving that they want to be in the Premier League more than anyone else in the division.
And when even your goalkeeper gets forward to rescue a point for your side, you might just start to believe it's your season.
Leicester have just nine games left to play in the Championship and have a 13-point lead over third-placed QPR. Promotion to the promised land could be sealed very soon, then, and hero Schmeichel will now be remembered for more than just the clean sheets he kept.