Nottingham Forest left it until deep into stoppage time to steal all 3 points in a 4-3 thriller against Wigan Athletic.
It's not the first engaging 4-3 win the Forest supporters have seen at the City Ground so far this season, with the same score produced in their first game against Burton Albion.
It was an important triumph for Forest, who now climb up to 11th in the table having lost to Brentford in their previous game.
Nottingham Forest's Britt Assombalonga celebrates
It was Forest who opened the scoring through striker Britt Assombalonga, injuring himself in the process just the 6th minute of the match.
The away side pegged them back with an equaliser through Michael Jacobs on 11 minutes, but after the break Forest took a 3-1 lead after 2 goals from the impressive Oliver Burke, who can be very pleased with his early season performances.
Unfortunately for Forest, however, in the second half Will Grigg was indeed on fire and scored on 65' and 86' to seemingly snatch a point for the Latics.
All that remained was for young centre-back signing Thomas Lam to pop up in the dying seconds to send Forest fans into raptures.
The post game celebrations from Forest fans have spilled onto Twitter. Here's what a handful of supporters had to say after the game.
You Reds, roller coaster day. 3 points though.......#NFFC— James Adams (@LTLFRice20) August 20, 2016
Certainly won't be boring this year at least! We need an experienced keeper ASAP! Hope Britt's alright. Hopefully nothing serious! #NFFC— Nicky Long (@Nicky_Long) August 20, 2016
Still can't believe we've won our first 2 home games 4-3 #nffc— dyl (@DylaaanBarker) August 20, 2016
#nffc fans screaming for a more attacking style of play definitely can't grumble any more!— Josh Yeatman (@jyeatman92) August 20, 2016
Three points well earned in the end today. Just need to tighten things up at the back. #NFFC— Richard Goodall (@RichardGoodall0) August 20, 2016
Can we play Lam up front? Not great in defence, but has done more than Vellios and Veldwijk combined in attack. #NFFC— AJ Huxtable-Lee (@ajlee17) August 20, 2016
What a game that was. Defensively frail again but Burke and Cash were off the scale #NFFC— Garry Martin (@GarryMartin1972) August 20, 2016
Once we all left they carried in playing, at the City Ground….we’re winning 42-40#NFFC— Neil Blake (@NMBLAKE) August 20, 2016