The second Heineken Cup semi-final has just seen a penalty shootout to decide the winner and the team that will face Leinster in the final in Edinburgh.
Leicester had been leading by 26 points to 12, but two tries in as many minutes brought the scores level. Twenty minutes of agonising extra time ensued, but still the sides could not be separated.
It was the first time I’d ever seen a game decided by such means, and it was agonising. Hearts were in mouths, bums on the edges of seats and nobody knew quite what to make of it. The only certainty was that the game would end in misery for one side, and one individual in particular.
When Martyn Williams shanked his kick to the left of the uprights, everyone felt for him, but when Jordan Crane slotted the winning goal, the game finally ended and the Tigers went through.
Unbelievable scenes and an incredible occasion. What did you make of the game and the shootout?