Tottenham Hotspur may only have picked up a point from Saturday’s North London derby against Arsenal but Harry Kane managed to create history.
The Englishman converted a second-half spot-kick to cancel out Aaron Ramsey’s opener at Wembley to share the spoils.
However, that singular strike not only earned his club a point but ensured he becomes the new goal king of the fixture.
Saturday’s strike was the Englishman’s ninth goal in only his ninth match against the Gunners in the competition to climb as the derby all-time goalscorer.
What that means is that he overtakes Emmanuel Adebayor in the rankings and is now four ahead of Gareth Bale as Spurs’ top scorer in this fixture.
More impressively, though, no player has broken Arsenal hearts like Kane in the competition in equivalent game ratio.
Wayne Rooney and Robbie Fowler are the only players to have managed more against the Gunners, albeit from significantly more matches.
The ex-Manchester United skipper plundered 12 goals against Arsenal from 29 matches, while Fowler struck 18 in 19 games.
Kane’s penalty, though, was his fourth scored against Arsenal and the 18th converted in this fixture.
Here’s to many, many more.
Whilst this individual accolade is great, Tottenham and their fans will be more concerned about how the team have performed collectively since Kane has returned to fitness.
Following the loss against Burnley, and an uninspiring performance against Arsenal, Spurs could yet be sucked into a top four race, something that appeared unthinkable just a couple of weeks ago.
Kane needs to keep scoring, but Pochettino must find a way for the whole team to perform when the England captain is leading the line.