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Only six players have managed the rare feat of assisting four goals in the same game in the Premier League.
The exclusive club is heavily made up by Arsenal players who churned in unselfish performances in big wins for the Gunners.
Dennis Bergkamp, one of the greatest players in the history of both Arsenal and the Premier League, was the very first member of the club after producing a masterclass against Leicester in 1999.
Two years after bagging a sensational hat-trick against the Foxes, Bergkamp turned provider with a quartet of assists in a 5-0 thrashing where Nicolas Anelka notched a trio of goals.
There was a seven-year wait for the next four assists in a single game and it was another Arsenal player responsible.
In a 7-0 drubbing at the hands of Middlesbrough, the late Jose Antonio Reyes assisted four as Thierry Henry helped himself to a hat-trick at Highbury.
Fellow Spaniards Cesc Fabregas and Santi Cazorla followed up Reyes' heroics two years on in Arsenal's high-scoring wins over Blackburn Rovers and Wigan Athletic in 2009 and 2013 respectively.
A year prior to Cazorla turning it on at the Emirates, Emmanuel Adebayor went on a serious assist spree but in a Spurs shirt rather than Arsenal colours.
The Togolese striker notched one and set up the other four goals in a 5-0 trouncing over Newcastle at White Hart Lane in 2012. Just imagine the fantasy points.
And finally, in in 2014, Dusan Tadic conjured up a magical display in a resounding 8-0 defeat of Sunderland - scoring one and assisting four in game where Sadio Mane scored the quickest ever Premier League hat-trick and the visitors scored three own goals.
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