Video: Watch two teams score 29 consecutive penalties in world record shootout
As they went though the 11s for the second time, eventually the 30th kick was saved.
Everyone loves watching penalty shootouts, no matter what the level of the game. And while the pros can make a mess of it, at the lower level of the game, shootouts can be even better as players crack under the pressure of trying to net from 12 yards out.
So hats off to two teams from the Hampshire Senior Cup called Brockenhurst and Andover. After playing out what we are sure was a thrilling 0-0 draw, extra-time also brought no joy, so it went to pens.
In a frankly remarkable display of ability, both teams managed to score 29 consecutive spot kicks, though if you watch the shootout, the keepers could have done a bit better on some of the efforts.
Eventually, Andover's Claudio Herbert had his penalty saved (skip to 5.35 to see it), the 30th of the epic shootout.
While there have been longer shootouts (according to the BBC, the record came in the Namibian Cup when KK Palace and Civics required 48 kicks to be separated at a final score of 17-16) it is believed this is the longest consecutive streak of goals from the start of a shootout.