Tony Hibbert has played for Everton for 10 years and has never scored for the club in 308 appearances. That all changed on Wednesday night when the boyhood Blue scored a free-kick in his testimonial against AEK Athens to spark a pitch invasion from the home fans.
Although it may not go down as an official goal, it was still a momentous occasion. Usually testimonial goals come via the penalty spot, but this one didn't.
The right-back struck a laid-off free-kick into the bottom corner up the Gwladys Street End to send Goodison Park into raptures. The crowd reacted as if he had scored the winner in a Merseyside derby.
Hibbert was then mobbed by delirious team-mates in one of English football's most loveable moments in recent years, while the fans pouring onto the turf only added to the euphoric carnage.
One Everton fan had gone on record pledging he would buy a bottle of champagne for everyone if the 31-year-old ever scored. Although he claimed it had to be "in a competitive match".
Everton won the match 4-1, but that was academic. Those who attended can now say they saw Tony Hibbert score.