Leeds Rhinos claimed an astonishing 27-26 golden-point victory over Huddersfield Giants as Super League resumed in spectacular fashion at Headingley on Sunday.
The Rhinos were comprehensively outplayed for the majority of the contest, with Darnell McIntosh running in a hat-trick.
When Louis Senior touched down for his second of the contest, Huddersfield led 26-6 with a man advantage – Ash Handley having been sent to the sin bin for dissent.
Luke Gale, who would ultimately prove the matchwinner, started the charge with a 68th-minute try – the first of four in a rampaging 10-minute spell.
Luke Briscoe then went over in the corner to crown a fabulous team move and Alex Mellor collected a Gale pass to score against his former club.
Konrad Hurrell's second try of the game gave Rhyse Martin a conversion to send the match into golden-point extra time, where Gale slotted over a drop goal to settle matters and spark wild celebrations.
In Sunday's earlier game in Leeds, St Helens steamrollered Catalans Dragons 34, with Lachlan Coote going over for a try in each half as part of an 18-point haul.
Before kick-off, Catalans' Israel Folau once again made himself a figure of controversy by being the only player not to take a knee in support of Black Lives Matter.
Folau returned to rugby league in January after Rugby Australia sacked him for homophobic posts on his social media accounts.