Harry Kane and Heung-min Son teamed up again to save the day at Tottenham Hotspur as they clinched a 1-0 win at Burnley.
Only Frank Lampard and Didier Drogba (36) have combined to score more goals than the Spurs duo (29) in Premier League history.
Still, north London was forced to work seriously for all three points at Turf Moor, despite leaving Gareth Bale on the bench.
It was a rather boring 45 minutes on a frigid Lancashire evening, which threatened to explode into life for all the wrong reasons when Ashley Barnes crashed into Toby Alderweireld.
Although the Clarets forward was judged to have challenged fairly for the ball, Alderweireld needed a huge bandage applied to his cut.
Kane was diving deeper and deeper to find more mop passes for his teammates, but he couldn’t repeat his creative exploits last week against West Ham United.
However, the England captain became Son’s supplier again when he pushed Erik Lamela’s corner into the lane for the South Korean forward to nod and secure all three points.
Spurs move up to fifth in the table after their first attempt on target, while Burnley remains in the relegation spots after just one point since the start of the season.