Harry Kane and Son Heung-min made Premier League history as they led Tottenham Hotspur to a 5-2 win over Southampton on Sunday.
The attacking duo scored all the five goals for Spurs, with the Korean grabbing four, which were all assisted by Kane before he scored one of his own.
This was the first time in England's top-flight league that one player has assisted another four times in a single match.
4 - Harry Kane has assisted all four of Son Heung-Min's goals against Southampton today - the first time in @premierleague history one player has assisted another four times in a single match. Fabulous. pic.twitter.com/EloGFWjEyE— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) September 20, 2020
The hosts took the lead on the 32nd minute through Danny Ings, but Spurs equalised on the stroke of half-time through Son.
The Korean then added a second two minutes after the break, before two more strikes, on the 64th minute and the 73rd minute.
Kane then got Spurs's fifth and his only of the game on the 82nd minute, before a late Ings penalty changed the scoreline to 5-2.
Spurs next take on Newcastle on Sunday.