Aaron Mooy rocketed a thunderbolt off the crossbar in the final minutes of Arsenal's 1-0 win over Huddersfield, in Arsene Wenger's final match.
Huddersfield were excellent value for the loss, dominating large periods of the match and almost doubling the Gunners' shot totals.
Possibly because of already securing safety, David Wagner's side played with freedom and their attacking mentaltity penned Arsenal deep in the first half, before a beautiful counter-attacking move saw Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang score his 10th goal in just 13 appearances.
After that, the occassion proved too much for a surging Terriers side, who couldn't find an equaliser despite late pressing.
Mooy - who performed excellently - came closest of anyone, finding an iota of space in the box after a flick on and rifling a devastating effort out off the crossbar.
Why are you trying to ruin the boss' farewell, Aaron Mooy? 😅— Arsenal FC (@Arsenal) May 13, 2018
The Huddersfield midfielder smashes one at goal... but thankfully it clips the bar on its way over#HTFCvAFC 🔵 0-1 ⚫️ (88) pic.twitter.com/WLGTlPpoFn
The Aussie led a lap-of-honour for the Huddersfield players following the match, to the rapturous support of a packed Kirklees Stadium.
The Terriers finished the season in 16th place.