An instinctive flick from close range sealed Chris Wood's place in Premier League history as he scored the competition's 30,000th goal.
Wood's goal was cancelled out late on by Patrick Bamford as the teams battled out a 1-1 draw.
It was the New Zealander's 48th Premier League goal and arrived in his 140th appearance in the competition.
The previous landmark goal was hit by Zlatan Ibrahimovic as Manchester United triumphed 3-1 at Swansea City on 6 November 2016, leading the Swede to say: "I thought it was only me who had scored 25,000!"
Current Leicester City winger Marc Albrighton claimed the 20,000th goal, for Aston Villa against Arsenal on 21 December 2011, while Tottenham Hotspur's Les Ferdinand brought up 10,000 versus Fulham on 15 December 2001.
|1st||15 Aug 1992||Brian Deane||Sheff Utd v Man Utd|
|100th||25 Aug 1992||Eric Cantona||Leeds v Spurs|
|1,000th||7 Apr 1993||Mike Newell||Nott'm Forest v Blackburn|
|5,000th||7 Dec 1996||Andy Townsend||Southampton v Aston Villa|
|10,000th||15 Dec 2001||Les Ferdinand||Spurs v Fulham|
|15,000th||30 Dec 2006||Moritz Volz||Chelsea v Fulham|
|20,000th||21 Dec 2011||Marc Albrighton||Aston Villa v Arsenal|
|25,000th||6 Nov 2016||Zlatan Ibrahimovic||Swansea v Man Utd|
|30,000th||29 Aug 2021||Chris Wood||Burnley v Leeds|