Fulham forward Matt Smith has taken to social networking site Twitter to admit his relief at winning at the weekend.
The London outfit got the better of Huddersfield Town 2-0 away from home in the Championship on Saturday.
Alex Kacaniklic put Fulham in the lead at the John Smith's Stadium as early as the second minute, and Seko Fofana wrapped up the three points for the visitors with the second goal six minutes into injury time.
However, the win was far from straightforward as it was one of the strangest games in the Championship this season.
Fulham had Cauley Woodrow sent off for an handball offence, but after protests the referee dismissed Shaun Hutchinson instead.
Nahki Wells failed to convert the resulting penalty on the hour mark and missed another just 11 minutes later.
Huddersfield had the bulk of the possession - 68% - 31 shots of which 13 were on target, and 10 corners.
In contrast, Fulham had just 32% of the possession, 10 shots of which three were on corner, and 11 corners.
Following the match, former Leeds United forward Smith, who played the entire 90 minutes and also earned a yellow card, posted the following message on Twitter:
That game! Wow. Strangest game of football I've been involved in for a long while! Character of the boys was immense. Hard fought 3 points— Matt Smith (@mattjpsmith) March 21, 2015
On Sunday, Smith was pleased to see Bristol City win the Football League Trophy final at the expense of Walsall.
City won the match against their League One rivals in front of 72, 315 fans at London’s Wembley Stadium 2-0, thanks to goals from Aden Flint and Mark Little.
Smith, who played on loan for City earlier this season, was delighted to see Steve Cotterill’s side achieve success.
WEMBLEY. Come on Bristol City!!!— Matt Smith (@mattjpsmith) March 22, 2015