Tottenham Hotspur had a memorable meeting with Burnley on Saturday.
Jose Mourinho's side won 5-0 - the first time a Mourinho side scored five since January 2015 - to put themselves fifth in the Premier League table.
They're now just six points behind Chelsea and a top-four spot looks very possible all of a sudden.
That's not the only reason this was a memorable game, though - we also saw one of the goals of the season.
Son Heung-Min ran the full length of one box to the other with the ball before firing past Nick Pope.
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It was an utterly sensational solo goal and it's difficult to imagine how we'll see better than that in the Premier League this season.
But if this game was memorable for anyone, it was 17-year-old Troy Parrott who made his Premier League debut.
The teenager came on for the last five minutes for what fans have long hoped is the beginning of a brilliant career.
That's something Mourinho clearly recognises himself, as he handed Parrott the match ball after the game.
You can check it out below:
Speaking on the gesture, Mourinho said: "It was his debut and I think it had a much bigger meaning to a kid who last week was playing against kids in the Champions League. Today he's playing in the Premier League at 17."
The Spurs boss then hinted at more to come - possibly in midweek.
"Will he play against Bayern Munich? I don't know," he said. "All I can say is Harry Kane won't. Who plays, we'll see."
So things might be about to move very quickly for Parrott at Spurs. This was just the beginning.News Now - Sport News