A terminally ill football fan inspired his team to victory by delivering a rousing speech to them before kick-off.
Mark Saunders, 54, who has been given days to live after fighting lung cancer, reminded Bristol City players of how privileged they are and asked for three points against Gillingham.
His team talk left the players emotional and inspired them to a 2-1 victory at Ashton Gate which propelled the side out of the League One relegation zone.
Bill Saunders, 53, recalled his brother's talk to the struggling side and told The Daily Mirror:
Bristol City manager Steve Cotterill dedicated the victory to Mark and said it was his "dying wish" for the team to get three points.
Mark, who is a lifelong Bristol City fan, wrote to Cotterill and said he was battling terminal cancer.
The supporter was then invited to the March 1 game which saw Simon Gillett secure the win for Bristol City seven minutes from time.