Bournemouth twice came from behind to secure a share of the spoils away to Brighton in an entertaining south-coast clash.
Anthony Knockaert had opened the scoring for the Seagulls, only for Steve Cook to head home an equaliser just after the half-hour mark.
Veteran hitman Glenn Murray then put the hosts ahead again soon after the break.
However, once again the Cherries would get themselves back on level terms, this time courtesy of a late Callum Wilson effort after a magnificently ridiculous goalmouth scramble following a corner.
The sequence of play for that fourth and final goal of the game, scored in 79 minutes, was truly incredible in a FIFA 18 kind of way. It had it all, from mis-kicked clearances to players lying prone on the pitch, all culminating in Wilson’s fortuitous equaliser.
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Forget your scorpion kicks and half-way line wonder-goals, this one right here deserves to win next year’s Puskas Award.