It's a select group; those who have only played in one Premier League match and scored. This week we remember the four "one-hit wonders".
Aston Villa’s 3-2 victory over Wimbledon in 1992/93 is best remembered for Dalian Atkinson’s individual goal that won the BBC's Goal of the Season award. But it was also a significant match for one of his opponents.
Wimbledon striker Aidan Newhouse, then 20 years old, became the first of four players who have scored on their single Premier League appearance.
"It was deflected past the goalkeeper," he recalls. "It was a bit of a low-life goal compared to Dalian Atkinson's."
He has since become a maths teacher, whose former pupils include Liverpool youngster Ben Woodburn, and "Sir" has discovered that the team spirit that is so important on the pitch, also applies in the classroom.
"You know, not all of us are Stevie G and the likes of Neymar," he says. "I played 13 years, made about £250 a week on average.
"It shows you that, you know, we can do all sorts of things and eventually, to do a job that you enjoy, you will need some education. You will need that to give you an option and a choice.
"Teaching...it's one of those things. It's like football, there's a camaraderie between you and the class."
"Once the guys realise they're part of a team, there are some similarities. You can have a laugh with the lads and they realise you are there to try and help them succeed."