Dimitri Payet's 90th-minute finish completed a stunning late West Ham United comeback against Everton on 5 March 2016.
The Frenchman turned Diafra Sakho's neat flick past Joel Robles in the dying embers of an enthralling encounter at Goodison Park, securing a 3-2 victory for Slaven Bilić's side.
The Toffees had established a two-goal advantage in the Premier League fixture through Romelu Lukaku and Aaron Lennon, although the home side were down to ten men after Kevin Mirallas picked up a second yellow card before half-time.
The battling Hammers were seemingly set to depart Merseyside without a share of the points, a fact that looked to be all the more certain as Lukaku stepped up to take a penalty with 20 minutes remaining. However, his weak spot-kick was saved by Adrián, beginning a turn in fortune for the Irons.
Michail Antonio headed home on 78 minutes before Sakho found the equaliser three minutes later, and then Payet pounced for the side's third in the final 12 minutes to send the away side into euphoric delirium.
Victory took West Ham up to fifth in the table, with Bilić's men eventually finishing the 2015/16 campaign with then-record points tally in the Premier League.
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