Barcelona midfielder Andre Gomes scored his first goal for the club in Sunday's 4-2 win over Valencia.
The Portugal international scored the fourth and definitive goal, sealing the win in stoppage time at Camp Nou.
Gomes had replaced Rafinha and was playing in a wide right position against his former team, who in contrast had Barcelona's Munir playing for them.
As in the first meeting between these two sides, Munir was also on target, although neither player celebrated.
With this goal, Gomes becomes Barça's 17th first team player to score this season and the 19th if you include Munir and Carles Aleña.
Now only Javier Mascherano and Sergio Busquets -- excluding goalkeepers -- have not scored this season.
Gomes has Neymar to thank -- it was the Brazilian's stunning run which set him up and he couldn't really miss.