Real Madrid star Isco capped off a stunning week with a glorious free-kick against former club Malaga - and his lack of celebration was wholly appreciated by the club's fans.
After hitting headlines for only giving the ball away on two occasions this month going into the game, he opened the scoring in the 23rd minute with a tidy set-piece.
Real have a wealth of free-kick kings in their ranks: Cristiano Ronaldo, Gareth Bale, Sergio Ramos and Marco Asensio just to name a few. But Isco was able to get the opportunity to take this one and he made the most of it.
It was the Spaniard's first free-kick goal in seven attempts in La Liga and clearly, it was well worth the wait.
Having spent two seasons at La Rosaleda and winning the coveted 'Golden Boy' award thanks to his displays for the Boquerones, he felt not celebrating was the best move and so he simply gestured to the home supporters fand and said sorry.
Real added a second through Casemiro in the second half before Diego Rolan grabbed a stoppage time consolation for the hosts.