Caltex Socceroo Bailey Wright's Bristol City have knocked Manchester United out of the Carabao Cup quarter-finals with a last minute goal to win 2-1.
The win sparked incredible scenes at City's home ground Asthton Gate, with fans charging onto the field to celebrate a famous night in the club's history.
Bristol City, captained by Wright, will now face Premier League opposition in the semi-finals with Chelsea, Arsenal and Manchester City the remaining sides left in the Cup.
The Championship side took a second-half lead through Joe Bryan’s classy strike, only for Zlatan Ibrahimovic to equalise from a set piece.
City keeper Luke Steele gave the home side hope with some top saves to keep United out.
And in the 93rd minute, Korey Smith was the hero for the Robins with a stunning winner to send the home fans crazy.
"Unbelievable. I don't know what to say. The boys were brilliant. I don't score a lot but as you can see the lads are very happy when I do. It's a dream come true," Smith told Sky Sports.
"I joined the club when we were in League One. This year we've been absolutely brilliant. It's an amazing city and it's nice to give the fans a season to remember so far."
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