Nottingham Forest had Brice Samba to largely thank for three points against Blackburn Rovers.
The Reds’ goalkeeper saved a penalty from Adam Armstrong in the second half, handing Forest a massive three points.
Samba was the guilty party when it came to handed Blackburn a chance to score from spot.
He did dust himself off to keep out Armstrong’s well-taken penalty, diving to his right to parry.
It’s been a strange old season for Samba who has been forced to prove himself all over again in the Forest goal.
Some erratic form late last season and early this season had seen some Forest fans call for him to be replaced.
It’s fair to say the 26-year-old is now back to his best though.
Samba’s penalty save helped him to 10 clean sheets for the campaign and silenced his critics.
After arriving from Caen in the summer of 2019, he quickly established himself as the first choice goalkeeper.
Last season he made 15 clean sheets in all competitions during a strong start to life in English football.
Following his heroics yesterday, supporters took to Twitter to rave about Forest’s influential goalkeeper.