Bayern Munich's Thomas Muller achieved yet another milestone in his glittering Bayern Munich career after helping the Bundesliga giants to yet another trophy.
The striker played a key role as Bayern beat Sevilla 2-1 in extra time to lift the UEFA Super Cup on Thursday night, their fourth title of the year.
Lucas Ocampos gave the Spanish club the lead from the spot after just 13 minutes, before Leon Goretzka equalized on the 34th minute.
Javi Martinez then stepped off the bench to head in the winning goal in extra time, after normal time failed to yield a winner.
Muller etched his name in the German history books with the win, becoming the joint-most decorated player in German history with 26 trophies, same as his former teammate Bastian Schweinsteiger.
The striker, who has spent his whole career at the German champions, has a chance of going one better than Schweinsteiger, with Bayern seemingly unstoppable at the moment and overwhelming favourites for yet another Bundesliga title.