Steve Davies struck a stoppage time equaliser to earn third-tier strugglers Rochdale a deserved 2-2 draw in a cracking FA Cup fifth round tie against Premier League side Tottenham Hotspur on Sunday.
It looked as though substitute Harry Kane's late penalty had put Tottenham into the quarter-finals but fellow substitute Davies fired home to provoke joyous scenes at Spotland.
Rochdale, bottom of League One, can now look forward to a money-spinning replay at Tottenham's temporary Wembley home.
The lively Ian Henderson swept home on the stroke of halftime to give Rochdale a deserved led -- his sixth goal in this season's competition.
Tottenham, who also needed a replay to get past fourth-tier Newport in the previous round, dominated the second half and Lucas Moura, making his first start since joining from Paris St Germain in January, equalised on the hour.
The winners will face either Swansea City or Sheffield Wednesday in the quarter-finals. 

Hero of the hour Davies admitted he would be living the dream by playing the replay against Spurs at Wembley.

He told BBC1: "They say it's every kid's dream (to play at Wembley) and we have done enough to go there."

He added of his late equaliser: "I've done my job, it's dropped to me and I've finished it."

Fellow scorer Henderson said: "It's unbelievable. We played some incredible football against Spurs. We cannot wait to go to Wembley to play them.

"I knew that we would always have an opportunity (to equalise)."