Riyad Mahrez found the back of the net twice on Tuesday night, as the Manchester City star became just the seventh player to score 50 Premier League goals with their left foot.
The 30-year-old was in tremendous form at the Etihad as he scored a brace in City’s 5-2 trouncing of Southampton.
The other goals came from a Kevin De Bruyne double with Ilkay Gundogan grabbing the other as the Premier League leaders moved 14 points clear at the top of the table.
The Algeria international took his tally to nine Premier League goals for the season and 68 in total, across his spells with Leicester and Manchester City.
It was the fact he struck with his left foot that saw him join an exclusive club, though, as he took his tally to 50 Premier League goals with his left peg.
Only six other players have scored 50 times in the Premier League using their left foot and they are a string of Premier League greats.
Robbie Fowler, Robin van Persie, Ryan Giggs, Mohamed Salah, Romelu Lukaku and Olivier Giroud are the other players to reach the landmark during their Premier League careers.
Fowler leads the way on that front with 105, followed by Van Persie on 94 and Giggs on 83.
He has been in fantastic form during City’s superb run of form in recent months, with Pep Guardiola heaping praise on him last week.
‘The last games were outstanding. He played really well. He has a special quality,’ said Guardiola.
‘He is a guy who dances on the pitch. He doesn’t lose balls on the pitch. He makes the extra pass. He attracts opponents on the pitch and after he makes a pass in behind.
‘He makes fantastic crosses. We knew it. At Leicester, he was outstanding with Jamie Vardy. That’s why we pushed for him. We hope he can continue.’