It has taken 42 matches at Melbourne City, but finally Nathaniel Atkinson has been able to ink his name on the A-League team scoresheet.
The maiden goal clinched an invaluable point for the second-placed City in a 2-2 away draw on Saturday night against Brisbane Roar.
The visitors earlier trailed twice, but the one-time Riverside Olympic junior just moments later equalised the second time after the interval in the 48th minute.
The right-back's score was certainly one to remember.
Teammate Josh Brilliante found on the right, just outside the penalty area, an unchecked Atkinson, who took a touch, looked up and rocketed in a powerful right foot that had left Roar keeper Jamie King no chance.
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Match day commentator Brenton Speed had called out "what a belter" to describe the goal into the left corner.
The sweet strike was made more memorable with goals this round worth $1000 each after all A-League clubs made a commitment to donate to the nation's bushfire crisis.
It could have even been a double after earlier in the first half Atkinson had a strong chance at goal saved.
The 20-year-old was substituted out of the match in the 79th minute for Scott Galloway, who in injury time was helped from the field.
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