Pep Guardiola reached a new milestone in his managerial career after he hit his 600th official match in charge.
The 48-year-old Spaniard did it in style, too, with Manchester City thrashing Burnley 5-0 in the FA Cup.
However, the main talking point is his career stats in the dugout.
Twitter user Mister Chip has broken down his record at each individual club, as well as painting an overall picture of how he has done across 600 matches.
During his time at Barcelona B, the City boss managed 42 matches, won 28, drew nine and lost five.
Guardiola maintained his brilliant track record at Barça's senior team, as he managed 247 matches, won on 179 occasions, secured 47 draws and suffered 21 losses.
Before he left Bayern Munich, he had managed 161 matches at the German club, won 121, had 21 draws and lost 19 times.
Fast-forward to City and, unsurprisingly, Guardiola has once again worked his magic.
He has notched up 150 matches as manager of the reigning Premier League champions, securing 106 wins, 23 draws and 21 losses.
Okay, it might be the same number of losses as his time at Barcelona with fewer matches played, but he can't take Lionel Messi with him everywhere, can he?
Anyway, Mister Chip has put all of Guardiola's stats together to show how fantastic he has been in the dugout.
After 600 matches in charge, Guardiola has an impressive 434 wins to his name, 100 draws and 66 losses. That's right, he's not even lost 100 matches yet.
That's not even the best part, however. When it comes to the final third, the former Barcelona and Bayern Munich boss' teams have been ruthless against their opponents.
Collectively, his teams have scored 1,485 times in total. Guardiola, however, is a man that doesn't let his teams concede so easily. In fact, his teams have only conceded on 464 occasions, which is three times less than the amount of times that they have scored.
The Spaniard came out after City's match against Burnley to praise his players for their "commitment and [their] professionalism."
"We have a lot of games, not just in our legs, but in our minds," he told Sky Sports.
"Of course, we have to improve a few things but, in general, knowing how difficult a tie against Burnley is, we made good movements.
"After the second and third goals, it was easier. I am satisfied to be in the next round and the draw on Monday."
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