An unlikely stoppage-time equaliser from substitute Steve Davies saw League One Rochdale snatch a Wembley replay in our FA Cup fifth round tie on Sunday afternoon.
We'd been made to work hard all afternoon by the hosts at the Crown Oil Arena and fell behind on the stroke of half-time when Ian Henderson fired past Michel Vorm.
Minds started to wander back to our fourth round struggles at Newport County when we fell behind against a lower-ranked side on their own patch and were reliant on a late equaliser to force a replay.
Thankfully we didn't have to wait as long as we did at Rodney Parade as new signing Lucas Moura capped an excellent performance on his full debut to level just before the hour-mark.
Dale were clearly starting to tire and it was very much one-way traffic as the second half wore on and, when Dele Alli was upended by Harrison McGahey in the box late on, up stepped substitute Harry Kane to fire us ahead from the spot on the ground at which he made his Football League debut as a 17-year-old on loan at Leyton Orient in January, 2011.
There only looked to be one winner as we kept pushing on but when Rochdale attacked down the left and a cross came in, it flicked off the top of Toby Alderweireld's head and fell to Davies on the far side, who took a quick touch before drilling into the bottom corner in the third of four added minutes.
The replay, the winners of which will be away to either Sheffield Wednesday or Swansea City in the quarter-finals, is provisionally scheduled for Wednesday 28 February, kick-off 8pm, but is subject to change for live television coverage.
As a further consequence of the result, next Monday's Premier League trip to Crystal Palace now reverts to Sunday 25 February, kick-off 12pm, live on Sky Sports.