Cristiano Ronaldo scored against all 19 La Liga sides last season, but he didn't do it consecutively.
In the tit-for-tat world that we like to imagine Ronaldo and Lionel Messi live in, the Argentinian must have decided that to do it in a row would be much better.
And so he did.
His goal against Celta Vigo put Barcelona up 2-1 and meant that he had scored against every current La Liga side in consecutive matches.
It looked like the winner too—another chapter for the storybook of the boy from Rosario.
Except it wasn't.
In a late twist, Celta Vigo's holding midfielder, Borja Oubina, did what he rarely does—he scored.
Os Celestes were more in need of the point than La Blaugrana were of the three, but a late goal never leaves a nice taste.
Here are some other things to take from Celta Vigo's late draw with Barcelona...