By scoring in the closing stages against Cheltenham, Marouane Fellaini notched up his ninth goal of the season, already equalling his best return for the club.
He also hit nine in his inaugural campaign, but from several more appearances.
In total, he's now one shy of 30 in Everton colours (29) and is the second highest scorer in the squad behind Leon Osman (48).
But which of those strikes stood out most?
After sieving through all 29, it has to be said—while he's surprisingly gracious and deft at times in possession—he's generally cut a far less elegant figure in front of goal.
Few goals have been struck with memorable finesse, instead it's been more a case of making sure the ball crosses the line. Therefore, a large factor in ranking his goals comes down to importance.
Here's a look at the Belgian's top six.