With only seconds left on the clock, England produced one of the greatest moments in Commonwealth Games history.
Australia and New Zealand have dominated netball at the Commonwealth Games since it's inception in 1998 with the two nations the only sides to take home gold medals from the event.
The Diamonds was undeniable favourites heading into the final after their comprehensive win over New Zealand in the semifinal while also being reigning Glasgow 2014 gold medalist.
So what happened next is a moment that will go down in history.
It looked as though the match was headed to extra time but just like their semi-final against Jamaica, England scored a goal in the last second of the game to claim their first ever netball gold medal with a 52-51 victory.
Shooter Helen Housby became a national hero and fans at Coomera Indoor Sports Stadium were stunned both English and Australian.
It was the first time England had defeated Australia since 2013.
The win also ushered in a new era of netball and sent a warning that Australia and New Zealand weren't untouchable anymore.
The Roses were also awarded the Greatest Sporting Moment of the Year Award at the 65th BBC Sports Personality of the Year Awards for their gold medal win, beating out England’s win against Colombia on penalties to reach the quarter-finals of the 2018 FIFA World Cup.
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