Belgian midfielder Kevin De Bruyne marked his return to the English Premier League after a long absence since last August during his team Manchester City's away match against Newcastle United.
The Belgian international started the match, which took place in round 21, on the bench before coming on in the 69th minute, with his team trailing 2-1.
De Bruyne played a crucial role in saving City from defeat by scoring the equalizer in the 74th minute and then providing the assist for Oscar Bobb's winning goal in the 90+1 minute.
With this assist, De Bruyne has reached a historic milestone in the Premier League, as the 32-year-old now has 103 career assists.
De Bruyne moves up to third place in the all-time Premier League assists list, sharing the spot with English legend Wayne Rooney. He is behind Spanish midfielder Cesc Fabregas, who recorded 111 assists. De Bruyne surpasses Chelsea legend Frank Lampard, who had 102 assists.
Ryan Giggs, a Welshman, holds the top spot on the all-time Premier League assists list with 162 assists, which he accomplished while playing for Manchester United.
Kevin De Bruyne achieved a notable feat by becoming the initial Manchester City player to both score and provide an assist in a Premier League match as a substitute since Sergio Aguero accomplished this against Cardiff in January 2014.