Gabon striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang joined some elite company on Sunday with his goal in Arsenal's win over Newcastle.
With that strike, Aubameyang confirmed his place as one of the Premier League's most lethal strikers, as well as beating an Arsenal legend to a goal mark.
The match at St James' Park was Aubameyang's 50th appearance in the Premier League and the match-winner he scored was his 33rd in the competition.
Only five other players have scored more in their first 50 Premier League outings.
Alan Shearer and Andy Cole lead the way with 41 goals in their first 50 Premier League matches, and the duo also appears in the top three of all-time Premier League scorers as it stands.
The two Englishmen are a long way ahead of Mohamed Salah, who scored 35 goals, and Kevin Phillips, with 34 in his first half-century of EPL games.
Aubameyang's total of 33 goals matches that of Fernando Torres for Liverpool at the same point.
Arsenal next faces Burnley in the early kickoff on Saturday and Aubameyang will be keen to add to his impressive tally.
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