Nahki Wells fired a similar goal 48 hours after scoring on Saturday to send Bradford to the FA Cup second round - this time for Bermuda.
The 21-year-old striker stepped off the substitutes' bench to fire a last-minute 30-yard winner in Bradford's first-round clash with Rochdale at the weekend and followed that up with another super strike in Bermuda's World Cup 2014 qualifier against Barbados in Hamilton on Monday.
Wells unleashed a fierce shot from 25 yards to put his country ahead straight from the kick-off at the start of the second half.
Bermuda went on to win the game 2-1, but it was not enough to secure them qualification after Guyana finished top of their group.
Wells has yet to start a game for Bradford since signing a one-year deal with the club in July this year following his release from Carlisle, but has scored twice in five substitute appearances.