Toni Kroos reached a landmark for Real Madrid on Saturday as he made his 250th appearance for the club.
The German is considered as one of the best midfielders of the decade and one incredible statistic that has come to light proves it.
Kroos has averaged a passing success rate of over 90% in EVERY game he's played for Los Blancos since arriving in 2014.
That's absolutely crazy. With such impressive accuracy, the midfielder has racked up a fair few assists too.
In 250 matches, he's set up his teammates 48 times and on top of that, has scored 16 goals of his own.
Considering he arrived from Bayern Munich for less than £26 million five years ago, it's fair to say Los Blancos got one hell of a bargain.
For a player to complete over 90% of his passes in every single game is almost unbelievable and stats like that prove Kroos should be viewed as one of the best midfielders in the world.
He's been so consistent for so long now and perhaps deserves more recognition for his individual efforts.
Sure, he has been named in La Liga's Team of the Season once before, as well as the Champions League Team of the Year three times.
But his midfield partner at Real Madrid, Luka Modric, has won the Ballon d'Or. Kroos, on the other hand, has never really been in contention to win it.
Of course, it's usually the more attacking players who take the individual glory, but without someone like Kroos playing them perfect passes, a forwards job would be much harder.
Given he's won three Champions Leagues and La Liga with Madrid, being overlooked for the Ballon d'Or probably doesn't mean all that much to Kroos.
He'll just keep on doing what he's doing, which is passing with incredible accuracy every game.