Bukayo Saka has equalled a feat that had only been managed by Harry Kane thanks to his assist for Arsenal against Burnley.
The 22-year-old was the provider for Leandro Trossard’s goal in their 3-1 win over the Clarets on Saturday afternoon.
He guided a header into the path of the Belgian international, who netted at the back post on the stroke of half-time.
But he was able to do so at the sixth time of asking, meaning he has now scored or assisted against all 24 Premier League sides has faced.
It sees him join former Tottenham striker Kane as the only players in the English top flight to hold a 100 per cent record against teams they have played.
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During his time at Spurs, the current Bayern Munich star found the back of the net against all the 32 different Premier League sides he faced.
He failed to assist against 12 of them although his record of 213 goals, the second highest in the competition’s history, speaks volumes.
Saka’s record has come in his sixth Premier League season, with his debut coming in 2018/19.
The England international’s first league assist was in Arsenal’s 1-1 draw against Manchester United in September 2019.
His first goal followed ten months later when the Gunners beat Wolves 2-0, with his strike their first of the match.
Saka’s latest efforts for Arsenal helped them go up to second in the table with eights wins from a possible 12.
William Saliba and Oleksandr Zinchenko netted their other two goals following Josh Brownhill’s equaliser for Burnley.