Blind footballer Andreas Engström scored a penalty in Ulvsby IF's Swedish sixth division game against Backhammar.
Ulvsby were 5-0 up at the time when Engström stroked in his spot-kick, which has become a media sensation in Sweden.
Engström developed Leber's disease six years ago, meaning he possesses just 1% sight, but but has continued to work at Ulvsby.
His teammates had long since planned to bring him on during a game when won and last week he commemorated the occasion with a goal.
"I put myself as a substitute and the lads promised that they would get a penalty and that I would take it," he told the Guardian. In the middle of the second-half one of the players came to me and said he'd got a penalty. 'Get the shirt on and take it,' he told me.
"I got really nervous. One of the guys put the ball on the penalty spot but I went up and touched the ball to know exactly where it was. I could, somewhere, see a little bit of the posts and I aimed for the right post."
Engström only knew he had scored when he heard his teammates cheer.
Opposition goalkeeper Mattias Frisell told Sportbladet he didn't know Engström was blind.