FOR Suva, it was a goal that ended their 28-year wait for the Inter-District Championship but for Waisake Navunigasau, it was the highlight of his budding career.
The 23-year-old playing at defender headed in the goal from a corner in the dying stages of the second half of extra time in the final between host's Ba and Suva at Govind Park on Sunday.
Both referee, Andrew Achari and his assistant Kavitesh Behari awarded the goal but Ba players protested and walked off the field and this caused an uproar that resulted in the match being abandoned.
Yesterday, the Fiji Football Association declared Suva the winner of the Lloyd Farebrother Trophy and said the goal was scored.
Navunigasau on his debut for Suva in 2007 and at Ba's Govind Park, played in the striker's position and scored a goal in their 4-2 win over the giants.
Since then his lone win in a major tournament was earlier this year when Suva beat Ba by 1-0 at Lautoka's Churchill Park to win the Fiji FACT.
But he admitted, his biggest moment was on Sunday when he nodded in the winner.
"It was proud moment for me, the highlight of my career so far," the lad from Totoya in Lau.
"Scoring in the last moments against Ba on their home ground to help Suva win this title after 28 years, it truly was my biggest moment," he said.
The Fiji National University student wants to continue with the sport and become a national rep one day.
"It every young boy's dream to play in the national team and my dream is no different.
"But I would also like to get an overseas contract and go and play soccer overseas," Navunigasau said.