FA Inter League Cup, Second Round at The Bowl Stadium, Douglas
Isle of Man League 7 Liverpool County Premier League 4 aet (att 250)
The Isle of Man has a good record in this competition, having won it twice, but it took 120 minutes of dramatic football before they were able to advance into the quarter-finals this time around.
It looked as if the visitors from Merseyside had done enough when the tie entered the 89th minute and they led 4-3, but to the delight of the home supporters the Isle of Man netted in the final minute to set up extra time.
It was a huge blow for the Liverpool County Premier League, but even though they'd been ahead for most of the match the home side always looked capable of coming out on top.
Two early goals had given the visitors a lead, but the Isle of Man were dangerous going forward and it was no surprise when they pulled a goal back. What was a surprise was that Liverpool soon restored their two goal advantage, from the penalty spot.
The Isle of Man again pulled a goal back before half time, but soon after the break a fantastic free kick made it 4-2 to the visitors.
Predictably - it was that sort of game - it wasn't long before the Isle of Man reduced the deficit for 3-4. Then the game's pivotal moment, as a second spot kick for the visitors, harshly awarded I felt, was well saved.
A fifth goal might have ended Manx hopes, but instead Liverpool defended their single goal lead deeper and deeper, and were eventually undone by the very late Isle of Man leveller.
Having finally got level, the Isle of Man were odds on to win in the extra 30 minutes, and did so by scoring three times. Harsh on Liverpool, and if I see another game as dramatic as this during the rest of the season I'll be surprised.
The venue was the Douglas Bowl, effectively the island's national football stadium. It's got an artificial pitch, and is ringed by around 3,000 seats, covered on one side. When it's not hosting the Isle of Man's representatives sides it's the home ground of St Mary's AFC, who play in the local premier league.