Miroslav Stevanovic set up three goals as Servette defeated FC Zurich 4-1.
Impressively, every assist was different, too.
His first, which came for the opening goal, saw him burst into the box via the right wing before passing square inside for Grejohn Kyei to score with composure.
The second was the best of the bunch as he runs in behind the opposition defence to latch on to a through-pass to find himself with only the goalkeeper to beat. Instead of going for goal himself, which he would be entitled to do, he sends a pass sideways for the grateful Koro Kone, who converts into the empty net.
That one was to make it 3-1, and 15 minutes later in injury time he made it three assists on the day as he curled a cross into the box, again for Kone to score.
It was not simply just a creative masterclass, but a display of excellent hard work for the team, as he made 14 ball recoveries, which was the most of any player in the league this week.