Five goals, an impressive team performance... and a remarkable piece of individual skill.
That was the story of Sheffield United's clash with Notts County, as the Blades progressed in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy thanks to a 5-1 rout.
But it wasn't Matt Done's second in two games, or Jose Baxter's brace of penalties that had Blades fans purring at the final whistle... it was a superb piece of trickery from Jamal Campbell-Ryce, which outfoxed both Jack Barmby and Adam Campbell on the right wing.
United were 5-1 up at the time and cruising to victory, and former County man Campbell-Ryce - who had come in for some stick from his old fans earlier after winning a penalty - responded in perfect fashion. His efforts brought the Bramall Lane crowd to its feet, and the 32-year-old received a standing ovation when he was taken off moments later.
Boss Nigel Adkins mentioned Campbell-Ryce's display in his post-match debrief, and the Jamaican international may well keep his place in the starting eleven for United's clash against Rochdale at Bramall Lane this weekend.
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