Jadon Sancho has been directly involved in 22 goals since joining Borussia Dortmund in August, 2017, but this moment against Bayer Leverkusen is perhaps his best contribution yet.
The 18-year-old has been in scintillating form of late, most notably against Hoffenheim where he played his 'best game for Dortmund so far,' despite the club recording a draw.
And Sancho continued his rich vein of form on Sunday night against a team he absolutely loves to destroy.
Just check out this sublime volley to make it 2-1. We could watch this over and over again:
He has now bagged two goals in three games against the Bundesliga side, racking up five assists in the process.
Sancho also set up Dortmund's opener scored by another highly rated youngster, Dan-Axel Zagadouhe, which means he has provided more league assists this season than any other English player in Europe's top five divisions.
Not to mention the fact Lionel Messi is the only player to register more assists than the young winger.
It has been an incredible journey in Germany for the former Manchester City man. Since joining, Sancho has been given the chance to prove himself and by god, has he done just that.
But his incredible record for die Borussen has meant that plenty of potential suitors have been hovering over his availability.
It is believed that one of the clubs interested in signing Sancho is Manchester United, who are lining up a bid for the England international, according to reports.
Dortmund have named a £70 million asking price for the winger, and The Sun report that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's men are ready to meet their demands in what would be one of the biggest transfers in years.
The fact that he spent a number of years in the Manchester City academy may, however, be a stumbling block.
City have a buy-back clause inserted in the 18-year-old's current contract, which means if Pep Guardiola's side decide to match any fee offered for Sancho, they will get first refusal.
Their local rivals also have a 15% sell-on clause in their original deal with Dortmund, according to the report.
That means City would scoop a healthy £10.5 million if he were to move for the £70 million asking price. Not bad at all.