Hector Bellerin marked his return to first team action with a late equaliser to ear Arsenal a point in the 2-2 draw with Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.
Normally, a goal like that is the one which people remember most from a game, but with all due respect to the captain on the night, his strike was slightly overshadowed by that of Gabriel Martinelli.
The young Brazilian left Chelsea players for dust before slotting the ball home to make it 1-1 just after the hour mark, and his impact on the game was immense.
As well as scoring, he made 26 sprints – 15 more than the next highest on the Arsenal team, shared by Alex Lacazette and Bukayo Saka.
Afterwards, Bellerin was asked if there were any young players quite as impressive as Martinelli at the moment.
“To be fair there are not many,” he said. “A lot of people talk about his talent, but what people don’t see is that Gabi is a professional.
“He turns up early every day. He does all the stuff and everything anyone asks him to do. He is the first player to press and the last player to leave everything on the pitch.
“The goals are just a plus. He helps us in every single way and the thing that everyone needs to praise him for his attitude. That is what makes him a player.
“I think he is obviously really young in his career – so many things can happen – but if he keeps his head where it is right now, he is going to go really far for sure.”
The 18 year old has well and truly played himself into contention for a first team spot, and it’ll be very interesting to see what happens when Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is back.
Also, let’s just take a moment to remember Man Utd had him on trial and passed up the chance to sign him.
Ha, and indeed, ha!