It's a little over a year since Leroy Sané's dead-eyed finish proved the difference in a frenetic game, played at an anarchic pace, between the Premier League's only two true title protagonists of the last three seasons - Manchester City and Liverpool.
The goal ended the Reds' 21-game unbeaten start to the season, reduced their lead at the top of the table to four points and marked the start of an irrepressible run of form that would see City win 17 of their remaining 18 league fixtures. Every one of those wins essential in a title-race won by the margin of just a point.
On his day, Sané is a wonderful footballer to watch, those esteemed sporting genetics (his father a Senegalese international, his mother an Olympic gymnast) clear to see in his prodigious dribbling, graceful acceleration and elegant left foot.
His attributes and style make him genuinely reminiscent of another devastating left-winger who played in Manchester: Ryan Giggs.