Former Celtic midfielder Olivier Ntcham has kick-started his career after leaving Parkhead – by playing a key part in an incredible comeback from 3-0 down.
Ntcham joined Swansea City at the start of the month after being freed by Ange Postecoglou and made his debut in last weekend's clash at Hull City.
He'd start that match and the midweek clash against Millwall but was benched against Luton Town on Saturday – only to orchastrate a remarkable result.
A Luke Berry volley got the Hatters ahead and that was quickly followed by Elijah Adebayo's penalty.
Adebayo would then add his second and Luton's third before the break with the Welsh side sinking without trace.
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But Frenchman Ntcham was central to a rousing fightback as Swans battled to a 3-3 draw.
He was thrown on as a second-half substitute for his second appearance in front of the travelling Jack Army.
Jamie Paterson pulled one back with Ntcham setting him up for a deflected effort before the Treble winner with the ex Celtic man then scoring himself on 86 minutes with a beautiful strike into the top corner from distance.
And in an incredible finish Dutch forward Joel Piroe found the net in injury time to nick a draw for Russell Martin's men.