Chelsea youngster Patrick Bamford has be renowned for his cultured finishing whilst on loan at Derby County, however, on Saturday he produced what commentators labelled the 'worst shot of his career'.
Since Patrick Bamford moved from MK Dons to the Rams in January, he has carried on his outstanding goalscoring form, winning the plaudits for his cultured finishing.
At the weekend however the 20-year-old was left red-faced when he failed to put Derby County in the lead just before half-time.
The Rams had found themselves 1-0 down in the early exchanges of the match, although former Dundee United striker Johnny Russell pulled the East Midlands side level with 28-minutes gone.
After Derby had got themselves back on top, their pressure was all too much for Huddersfield which led to former Nottingham Forest defender Joel Lynch making a rash tackle on Bamford himself, earning a second yellow and an early bath.
Minutes later, the Chelsea star could have, and should have, put Derby in the lead.
West Bromwich Albion midfielder George Thorne played in a pass that most strikers dream of, although, the touch from Bamford had to be exquisite, which it was.
It lead to the commentators brimming with excitement, yelling: 'Great touch, great control...' and then, this is what followed...
Which left the commentator ending the sentence with: 'It's the worst shot of his career,' which would have otherwise been no doubt extensively compared to the infamous Bergkamp goal, due to the deft touch and turn.
It's ironic that the Chelsea striker dubbed by many as 'the best finisher in the division', is the one to put in the miss of the weekend, especially after doing all the hard-work.
However, as bad as the miss was - the touch and turn still left Derby fans purring at the youngster's quality. A good sign for Chelsea fans, who are expecting the former Nottingham Forest striker to return to Stamford Bridge after his loan spell.