Steven Bergwijn enjoyed a dream debut for Tottenham as his stunning strike led them to a 2-0 win over Manchester City.
Bergwijn, snapped up from PSV just last week, brilliantly took down a pass with his chest before volleying a powerful strike beyond Ederson.
He quickly set off in celebration, pulling out his trademark celebration for the first time in England by covering his face with his hand and crossing two of his fingers with team-mates following suit.
After the game, he explained the celebration and claimed revealed how it came about due to inspiration from video game FIFA after playing with his friends.
Bergwijn said: "It's nothing special, it's just when I play Fifa with friends, and they say 'Do it like this' and since then I do it."
After Bergwijn's opener, Heung-min Son scored a second to wrap up a memorable win for Tottenham.
The debut of new £27million man Bergwijn was the major positive in a successful afternoon for Jose Mourinho's side.
“It’s unbelievable," Bergwijn told Sky Sports. "It’s a dream for me that’s come true, and I’m so happy to be here.
“As a little kid you want to play in the Premier League, and if you score on your debut it’s unbelievable.”
Fellow goalscorer Son added: “It was emotional because it was his first goal, we are so happy because he scored his first goal on his debut. Well deserved.
“A bit of emotion, it looks great. Man City have always been so, so good and sometimes we had to defend altogether. In the second half we came out strong, and this guy scored an amazing goal.
“The lads have done a really good job. It’s an amazing feeling, before the winter break we are so good and have very good confidence.
“Look at the fans, they’re happy, and look at the players smile after the game. I think this was very important to win.”