Sebastien Haller grabbed the headlines on Wednesday night as he scored four of Ajax's five goals in their thrilling 5-1 win away to Sporting in the Champions League.
The striker scored his first after just two minutes, before doubling his and Ajax's tally in the ninth minute.
Steven Berghuis then scored Ajax's third, before Haller wrapped up the win in the second half with two more goals; in the 51st and 63rd minutes.
He became only the second player in the history of the Champions League to score four goals on his debut.
Interestingly, another of Ajax's legends in Marco van Basten held the record, which has been there for 29 years.
Van Basten achieved the feat in November 1992 while playing for Italian side AC Milan against IFK Goteborg.