Ricardo Fuller had only been on the pitch for 91 seconds when he got his second touch that day at West Ham.
The Stoke City striker, who had replaced Matty Etherington with the score at 0-0 heading into the 68th minute at Upton Park, 10 years ago yesterday, backed into Manual da Costa with his back to goal on the edge of the box as Danny Collins lobbed a high ball up field.
Eighteen touches or swivels and seven seconds later, he had won the match and further etched his name further into Stoke legend.
The away end went bananas and we are still talking about it a decade and a day later.
Here is what happened.
Looking back, Fuller said: “That goal was pay back after the year before when I was sent off after the thing with Griff.
“So I needed to do something special to get back into the good books of the manager and players. It was a nice goal to score and had special meaning for me as well.”
West Ham: Green, Upson, Spector, Faubert, Da Costa, Dyer (Diamanti, 46), Parker, Noble (Ilan, 76), Behrami, Mido (McCarthy, 84), Cole. Not used: Kurucz, Gabbidon, Daprela, Kovac.
Stoke: Sorensen, Higginbotham, Huth, Collins, Ab Faye (Wilkinson, 25), Whelan, Lawrence, Delap, Etherington (Fuller, 68), Sidibe, Kitson (Tuncay, 48). Not used: Begovic, Pugh, Am Faye, Moult.