Ulster winger Jacob Stockdale made a match-winning interception against Bath on Saturday in the final play of the game at The Rec.
The Irish international chased back to deny Bath a try in the corner which would have won the game for the home side with the clock in the red.
Bath number eight Zach Mercer attempted a simple two-on-one with Seesa Rokoduguni only to be denied by a diving Stockdale, who stole the ball out of the hands of Rokoduguni to prevent a certain try.
What a save from Jacob Stockdale at the very death! pic.twitter.com/MJF6HxBqfD
— Murray Kinsella (@Murray_Kinsella) November 16, 2019
The game finished 16-17 to Ulster in what was the opening match of the European Champions Cup for both sides and full match highlights are available below, but may only be available to UK views.
Stockdale, 23, has now represented Ulster more than 60 times and scored 16 tries in 23 tests for Ireland.