Manchester City 0-2 Watford: it was a scoreline that briefly shocked the footballing world and made us suddenly think that Manuel Pellegrini's City side were actually human.
Until Kun Aguero came along.
Boom, the Argentine pulled one back. Boom, the Argentine made it 2-2. And boom, you guessed it, the Argentine struck again, with an Aleksandar Kolarov goal sandwiched in between.
City ran out 4-2 winners by full-time and 25-year-old Aguero left millions of football fans in awe once again. He is now on 25 for the season in all competitions. After just 24 games.
It is a sensational run of form, matched by very few. Only the likes of Luis Suarez, Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi can really be argued to have outshone the Argentine this season, while perhaps a small handful of others could be considered, at the most.
And Aguero is only likely to get better and better. After all, this season is his best to date, with his previous record in a single campaign likely to be emphatically beaten by May.
Last term, Aguero managed 17 goals - already surpassed this time around - while the Argentine scored 30 the season before, better than anything in his time at Atletico Madrid.
Indeed, at his current strike rate, the 25-year-old looks well on course to set a personal benchmark - one that could coincide with a similarly historic season for Manchester City.
How many goals can Aguero go on to score this season?
image: © geetarchurchy