Edinson Cavani has become one of the world's most lethal strikers.
From Danubio to Palermo to Napoli and now Paris Saint-Germain, he's spent a career banging in goal after goal.
The Uruguay international has scored 120 goals in all competitions since joining PSG in 2013, and has taken his scoring rate to another level again this season as the team's dominant figure following the departure of Zlatan Ibrahimovic to Manchester United.
Cavani has 27 league goals in only 26 starts in 2016-17, and a further eight goals in eight appearances in the Champions League.
Cavani: The biggest goals of my career
Career Goals: PSG - Paris Saint-Germain's Edi Cavani on his biggest and most importantPosted by Goal.com on Sunday, 19 March 2017
But not all goals are created equal. Speaking exclusively to Goal, Cavani discussed some of the biggest, and most important, strikes of his career.
"In Paris a very important goal was the one against Auxerre when we played the French cup final," he said.
"It was a special goal because I scored in a tough moment of the game, a very complicated moment. It was almost the end of the game, with five or six minutes left, and it was special because that goal gave us the chance to lift the cup."