This is the moment a six-year-old boy upstaged his footballer father -by scoring a last minute equaliser against an international goalkeeper.
Shea Dillon made an impact during a cameo appearance in a testimonial match held in honour of his dad Sean on Tuesday night.
Dundee United were losing 2-1 to Scottish Premiership side Hearts heading into the final minutes.
But little Shea slotted a well-placed shot beyond the reach of Sweden international Viktor Noring.
The youngster was hugged by his new teammates as the ball trickled over the line past the onrushing former Malmo and Celtic goalkeeper to tie the game at 2-2.
Noring earned his solitary cap for the Swedes in a 2011 friendly against the South Africa development team.
Proud mum Michelle took to Facebook after the match to congratulate her boy for stealing the show.
She said: “What an amazing night for Sean, but my little man stole the show, he was on such a high! So proud of my boys!”
An ankle injury picked up during last week’s league match against St Mirren meant that club captain Sean’s contribution was limited to just taking the kick-off.
More than 3,000 fans turned out on a chilly evening at Tannadice to honour the man who helped the tangerines win the Scottish Cup in 2010.
Stars from that side, including Barry Robson, Andy Webster and Craig Conway all made appearances for the home team.
Former Scotland international Robson was heavily involved in proceedings as he opened the scoring with a bizarre 35-yard own goal.
Hearts teenager Rory Currie would later double the lead for the visitors with a shot from a tight angle.
Former Aberdeen and Celtic man Robson would get the home side back in contention in the exhibition match when his corner set up a goal for returning hero Noel Hunt.
On an eventful evening at Tannadice, Craig Levein took charge of Hearts in the second half while Scottish Cup winning manager Peter Houston returned to the home team’s dugout.
After the match Sean Dillon was joined by his family in making a lap of honour around the stadium.