When you read the name 'Jadon Sancho', what's the next name that springs to mind? Some might say Ronaldinho, others might go with mercurial Stephen Hunt.
One name that probably wouldn't be brought up is Premier League winner and former Celtic striker Chris Sutton. But Sancho became the first English player to achieve a certain feat since the prolific BT Sport pundit managed it back in September 2004 when he scored on Tuesday.
With his goal against Slavia Prague, Sancho became just the second Englishman to score in consecutive Champions League appearances for a non-English club, after Sutton with Celtic in September 2004, per Opta.
Of course, one must remember England's best players have rarely played overseas over the past few years. Prolific Champions League scorers like Wayne Rooney and Frank Lampard played most of their European football at one club.
Regardless, it displays the consistent level Sancho has been performing at over the past year or so, with his finishing still improving alongside his brilliant playmaking abilities, even if his future remains the topic of hot debate.
Rumours over a potential move away from Dortmund began to circulate after he fell out with manager Lucien Favre and was subsequently dropped from the starting XI.
However, he has since re-established himself as one of Dortmund's most important attackers, adding to his strike against Barcelona with another in the 2-1 victory over Slavia.
Sancho and Dortmund will be hoping to make more of an impact in Europe than they could manage last season, when they were knocked out by Tottenham 4-0 on aggregate in the last 16. Their Bundesliga title hopes remain in balance following a few dodgy results, but the recent 5-0 victory over Fortuna Dusseldorf helped BVB back up to third, five points behind current leaders Borussia Monchengladbach.
Their next game is against strugglers Mainz on Saturday.