John Terry marked his landmark 400th Premier League appearance for Chelsea on Sunday with a pivotal goal in the defeat of Southampton, after watching his side fall behind after only 13 seconds.
The Blues captain found the net provide the west London club with a 2-1 lead, before Demba Ba completed the scoring in the final minute and clinch three points.
Terry's goal was his 34th in the league during his 16 seasons in the Chelsea first-team, and reinforced his position as the highest scoring defender in the history of the competition.
The 32-year-old's first came in the 2000-01 season and, this term, Terry has already registered two goals after only 13 games played.
But if Terry is the most prolific defender the Premier League has produced, which players in other positions receive the equivalent accolade? Here they are...