Wes Morgan has made more history with Leicester City in what is turning out to be a memorable period for the Foxes skipper.
Having got his hands on the Premier League title last season, the experienced centre-half has embarked on a remarkable European adventure in 2016-17.
The reigning champions may have seen their crown slip domestically this term, but their fairytale run has continued in continental competition.
A 2-1 defeat on Spanish soil in the first leg kept the Foxes in the contest, with Morgan sending the King Power Stadium wild on Tuesday as he grabbed a record-setting goal in the return date.
One goal would be enough to send Leicester through to the quarter-finals, courtesy of Jamie Vardy’s effort on the road.
The Foxes have, however, gone 12 games in all competitions since they last kept a clean sheet.