He's been heavily linked with a move away but Carlos Tevez inspired his Boca Juniors side to a 4-2 Superclasico win over arch-rivals River Plate yesterday.
Boca came from a goal down to win at River's El Monumental ground and it what could well be Tevez's final appearance on the intense fixture, the former Manchester City and Manchester United striker played a central role.
First the 32-year old bagged the equaliser after half-time to make it 2-2 and he provided a moment of sheer quality with less than 10 minutes to go to win the game.
With the ball played to him on the edge of the box, Tevez unleashed an unstoppable curling effort that flew into the top corner before wheeling away in celebration and kissing the Boca badge.
Watch the stunning strike here:
Ricardo Centurion added gloss on the win when he scored the fourth in added time.
Tevez has been linked with a move to China, with Shanghai Shenhua boss Gus Poyet declaring his interest in the striker. However, Tevez, who has a contract with Boca until 2018, has also hinted at retiring from the game after growing frustrated.