Sunderland loanee Jeremain Lens provided his 13th assist of the season, helping Fenerbahce comeback from a two goal deficit to beat Alanyaspor 3-2 in the Turkish league.
Lens took his league tally for assists up to nine, second only to his Netherlands international teammate Wesley Sneijder who has 11.
The Dutch winger who joined Fenerbahce on loan over the summer is currently rated the best player in the league according to Whoscored.
Lens has established himself as a first team regular under the stewardship of head coach Dick Advocaat.
The 28-year-old is also a fan favourite among the Fenerbahce fans. Not solely for his form either.
Lens returned early from mourning the death of his father a fortnight ago to play for Fenerbahce and provide the assist for the last-gasp assist that beat Osmanlispor.
DRAMA! Mehmet Topal scores a last-gasp goal to snatch a victory for Fenerbahçe against Osmanlispor! pic.twitter.com/AYDp39RSiP
— Turkish Football (@Turkish_Futbol1) March 5, 2017
The actions of Lens made him not only a Fenerbahce favourite but also won praise from rival club supporters.
Fenerbahce are keen on signing Lens on a permanent deal at the end of the season a source close to the club revealed to Turkish-Football but they have yet to agree on a transfer fee with Sunderland.