Bristol City v Blackpool - match analysis
TOM Heaton made a series of outstanding saves to keep City in the contest and earn the sponsors' man-of-the-match champagne.
But there was one in particular he wanted to see again when watching the television highlights at home on Saturday night.
Tom Ince looked certain to score when Nathan Delfouneso's drive came back off the post and fell at his feet midway through the second half, only for City's keeper to thrust out a hand and divert the youngster's shot behind for a corner.
Heaton admitted: "That has to be right up there with the best saves I have ever made. I rolled over after the ball hit the post and saw it come to Ince.
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"He was odds-on to score from where he was in the middle of the goal and you just throw a shape.
"You never quite know what is going to happen when you stick your hand out like that, but it hit me and then there was a moment of slow motion while I waited for the ball to go over the bar.
"I felt it was a decent save at the time and I'm looking forward to seeing it again."
Robins boss Derek McInnes revealed he wanted substitute Steven Davies to take City's penalty from the moment it was awarded.
He said: "We thought Jon Stead had run his race in what was a thankless task for him up front and Steven was ready to come on. It just happened to coincide with us being awarded a penalty.
"I wanted him to take it, because Steven Davies backs himself all day.
"If I was picking somebody from my squad to take a penalty, it would be him, Sam Baldock or Brett Pitman.
"I said to him 'if Albert Adomah is really insisting he wants to take it, then don't make a fuss about it. Thankfully, Albert decided to give it to Davies."
New signing Matthew Bates impressed on his debut in what was his first competitive outing in seven months.
But his performance was overshadowed by the penalty awarded against him for alleged handball at the death.
He explained: "It has hit my hand, but I thought it hit my chest first. It was certainly not intentional hand ball.
"Everything happened really quickly, but I thought the decision to award a penalty was harsh."