FC Augburg goalkeeper Marwin Hitz scored a last-minute equaliser to salvage a 2-2 draw at home to Bayer 04 Leverkusen on Matchday 22...
...the Swiss (r.) becoming only the third shot-stopper to score from open play. In his honour, we take a look back at other Bundesliga custodians with an eye for goal...
Former Hamburg, Leverkusen and FC Bayern keeper Hans-Jörg Butt has scored far more goals than any other goalkeeper in the Bundesliga, netting 26 times - all penalties - in 387 appearances (© Imago)
Jens Lehmann, once of Schalke, Dortmund and Stuttgart fame, is the second of the goalkeeping trio to score from open play. He hit the net twice in total in his 394 Bundesliga outings
Current Germany goalkeeping coach Andreas Köpke scored two penalties in 346 Bundesliga matches in the 1980s and 1990s (© Imago)
Dieter Burdenski donned the SV Werder Bremen No1 jersey 478 times, scoring once - likewise from the penatly spot
Wolfgang Kneib also owes his presence in this list to converting a spot-kick - doing so for Arminia Bielefeld in one of his 245 Bundesliga appearances (© Imago)
Current Fortuna Düsseldorf coach Oliver Reck was once a highly-regarded goalkeeper, turning out 471 times in the Bundesliga. He once scored a penalty during his seven-year spell as Schalke custodian
Manfred Manglitz netted his solitary Bundesliga goal for MSV Duisburg, from - you guessed it - the penalty spot, en route to amassing 257 top-flight outings (© Imago)
Frank Rost is the final goalkeeper who scored from open play in the Bundesliga. The former Hamburg, Schalke and Bremen man made a total of 426 appearances
The late Volkmar Groß racked up 153 games in the 1960s and 70s, netting a penalty once - for Tennis Borussia Berlin
Ralf Zumdick only ever played for two clubs, Preußen Münster and VfL Bochum, amassing a total of 282 matches. He was also successful on one occasion from the penalty spot