Heartbreak to salvation for Harry Kane in stoppage time, not to mention a missile from Victor Wanyama that almost broke the back of the net - a rollercoaster of an ending saw us draw 2-2 with Liverpool at Anfield on Sunday.
We were chasing the game for much of the afternoon having gifted the Reds an early head-start, but it was the closing moments that brought the most thrilling of drama.
Substitute Victor Wanyama lashed home to cancel out Mohamed Salah's third-minute opener with 11 minutes left - just reward for a dominant second-half display that often left Liverpool's defenders scrambling to keep up.
And when Kane was tripped by Loris Karius and referee Jon Moss awarded us a penalty, even after extensive consultation with his linesman, the striker looked odds-on to score his 100th Premier League goal and give us a rare win at Anfield.
Karius saved it, though, and, in the first minute of stoppage time, Salah ploughed through to make it 2-1 to the hosts, leaving Kane and co crestfallen.
But you can never write off this team! We kept pushing and after Virgil van Dijk's foul on Erik Lamela was spotted by the assistant referee, we were handed a second spot kick and this time, with 95 minutes on the watch, Kane made no mistake to bring up his century and ensure we took a deserved point. What a game!