Harry Kane made it 11 goals in September for club and country with a perfect hat-trick to maintain our 100 per cent record in this season's UEFA Champions League at APOEL in Cyprus on Tuesday night.
The deadly front man came up with a crucial left-footed opener six minutes before the break to take the sting out of APOEL's spirited charge before drilling in Moussa Sissoko's pass with his right foot on 62 minutes, then completing his treble with a header five minutes later.
That made it seven goals in five career Champions League appearances for our home-grown hitman, who has now scored in four consecutive ties in the competition dating back to Monaco away last November.
APOEL did hit the woodwork through Igor de Camargo in the first period while Hugo Lloris had to make a couple of smart saves after the break, but we were always in control of the Group H tie.
There was a nice moment six minutes from time, too, as young winger Anthony Georgiou, who is eligible to play for Cyprus, came on for his senior competitive debut in place of Sissoko.
It means we're on six points out of six in the group ahead of back-to-back matches with holders Real Madrid next month.