Teenage sensation Moise Kean finally opened his Premier League account for Everton on Tuesday, and later spoke about how it felt to break his duck.
The young Italy international, whose parents are from Ivory Coast, scored his first goal in 22 appearances for the Toffees this week.
He joined Everton from Juventus for a fee of £30 million (R 477.9 million) at the beginning of this season, but has since somewhat disappointed after making a name for himself in Serie A over the past two campaigns.
With 29 goals in 36 appearances at U17 level at Juve, plus a successful loan spell at Hellas Verona, the youngster exploded on to the scene at the Old Lady at the back-end of the 2018/19 campaign, scoring seven goals in 17 appearances.
With the full backing of fellow compatriot and new Everton head coach Carlo Ancelotti, will this be the beginning of a stellar goal-laden career?