Mark Beevers has just won it for Bolton Wanderers in the 91st minute. Absolutely fantastic.
The first half might have been without goals, but it certainly didn't lack any memorable moments. The first fifteen minutes was stop-start, as both Southend and Wanderers had players down for treatment. Firstly, Ryan Inniss had to depart the pitch with what looked like an arm injury, whilst a change of shirt was needed for a bloody Dorian Dervite.
On the half hour mark, Theo Robinson's poke at home looked set to be crossing the line. Luckily for Wanderers, Big David Wheater was hand to clear with relative ease.
Wanderers wern't without chances. Gary Madine hit the post with a towering header, whilst Adam Le Fondre struck a volley that went just over the bar. As always, Filipe Morais set pieces caused danger for Southend.
The second half was a scrappier affair. Southend grew into the game, frustrating Wanderers who failed for large periods to change the tactics with Madine missing.
Not surprisingly, Phil Brown was sent to the stands with fifteen minutes to go.
As the game dragged on, it looked as if Wanderers weren't going to score. It seemed like it was going to be 'one of those games'.
With all said and done, none of that matters.
In the 90th minute, Mark Beevers turned beautifully in the box to rifle a shot into the bottom corner. That's his seventh goal of the season and most definitely his most vital.
Three points, clean sheet, That'll do nicely.
The win moves Wanderers ten points clear of Fleetwood with a trip to Scunthorpe coming up on Saturday.