Korean superstar Park Ji-Sung came off the bench to score as Manchester United thrashed Arsenal 8-2 in England's Premier League on Sunday.
Park entered the fray in the stunning match as a 68th-minute substitute replacing Nani when the scoreline was 5-1 and the Korean was on the scoresheet barely two minutes later.
The former Korea international worked a nice one-two with Ashley Young before hitting a sweet left-foot shot behind Gunners keeper Wojciech Szczesny.
In Germany's Bundesliga, Son Heung-Min was also on the scoresheet as Hamburg SV went down 4-3 at home to FC Koln however the young Korean forward worryingly limped out of the game on 76 minutes.
The 19-year-old was firstly involved in the goal which made it 2-2, when his header hit the post and fell kindly to Slobodan Rajkovic to netted from close range.
Son then scored to put Hamburg ahead, getting on the end of Robert Tesche's ball before beating a defender and coolly curling a shot past the keeper.
The Korean then limped out of the game, before Koln fought back to claim the points with two late goals.
Ji Dong-Won (Sunderland): Was an unused substitute as the Black Cats failed to score once again, drawing 0-0 at Swansea City in England's Premier League on Saturday.
Ki Sung-Yueng (Celtic): Started and played 85 minutes as Celtic won 2-0 at St Mirren in Scotland's Premier League on Sunday.
Cha Du-Ri (Celtic): Played a full game in defence after starting in midweek.
Koo Ja-Cheol (VfL Wolfsburg): Was on the sidelines injured as Wolfsburg went down 3-0 at SC Freiburg in Germany's Bundesliga on Saturday.
Yun Ju-Tae (FSV Frankfurt): Was absent as FSV Frankfurt easily accounted for Karlsruhe 4-0 in Germany's 2.Bundesliga on Saturday.
Nam Tae-Hee (Valenciennes): Was an unused substitute as Valenciennes went down 2-1 at home to Bordeaux in France's Ligue 1 on Saturday.
Jung Jo-Gook (AJ Auxerre): Wasn't in the Auxerre matchday squad which routed Ajaccio 4-1 on Saturday.
Suk Hyun-Jun (FC Groningen): Suk was an unused substitute once again as FC Groningen went down 3-0 to AZ Alkmaar in Holland's Eredivisie on Sunday.
Kim Nam-Il (Tom Tomsk): CHad to be replaced after just eight minutes as Tom Tomsk drew 0-0 with Amkar Perm in Russia's Premier League on Saturday.
Park Joo-Ho (FC Basel): Put in a full shift in defence as Basel defeated FC Thun 2-1 in Switzerland's Super League on Saturday.