Manchester United starlet Angelo Henriquez has emulated the club's legendary predator Ole Gunnar Solskjaer by coming off the bench to score four in his latest outing for Dinamo Zagreb.
The Chilean youngster, who is on a season-long loan spell at the Croatian club, made it eight goals in his last nine appearances with a clinical finish in a Europa League tie against Red Bull Salzburg on Thursday.
But the 20-year-old has improved on that further and now holds a ratio of 11 goals in 12 after his latest haul in Dinamo's 4-2 win over Opatija in the Croatian Cup.
Henriquez came off the bench to score a 90th minute equaliser for his side before adding another three in extra time over the next 13 minutes.
Henriquez's haul matched the four-goal burst produced by Solskjaer in an 8-1 win for United against Nottingham Forest in January 1999 - and will no doubt have caught the attention of Louis van Gaal.
The Dutchman opted to allow the striker to leave Old Trafford on loan with Wayne Rooney, Robin van Persie, Radamel Falcao and James Wilson ahead of him in the pecking order, and Will Keane also still in contention in the Under-21s.
It would appear, however, that the young South American still figures in United's long-term plans after recently revealing he is still in very close contact with his parent club.
"I don't think it is a backwards step in my career [joining Dinamo] but a good chance to play and get experience of European football," Henriquez said in September.
"Dinamo is a special challenge for me because I know the club aspires to be the best in Croatia and that will help me achieve my goal.
"I have constant contact with people from Manchester United. Not van Gaal, but people from Carrington, the coaches. They want to know every detail – from the intensity of training here, diet, life in Zagreb.
"With that amount of care for a year, I know I am still being followed by United."