Manchester City strikers have made memorable contributions on the final day of Premier League campaigns.
Edin Dzeko, Mario Balotelli and Sergio Aguero all had key roles in the famous 2011/12 title triumph, and Aguero struck again as City won the Premier League Trophy for the fourth time at Brighton & Hove Albion on Sunday.
Former goalkeeper David James can also be listed among the players who have memorably played up front for the club at the season's climax and sought a decisive goal, on this very day in 2005.
Stuart Pearce’s side needed a home win over Middlesbrough on 15 May to leapfrog their visitors and claim a UEFA Cup place, but were drawing 1-1 in the 86th minute.
James went on to have seven touches, make four passes and commit two fouls, with no shots.
"I was told at half-time that it might happen," he says. "I wasn't told the day before, which would have been better. Then I would have practised my touch a little bit more.
"I won every header. I missed every volley. I think I fouled every Middlesbrough player bar Mark Schwarzer."
While James gives his brief spell in the opposition box a mixed review, Pearce may have felt his surprising decision was justified when Man City won a penalty in stoppage time.
However, Schwarzer denied Robbie Fowler from the spot and secured Middlesbrough's place in Europe.