The battle to be football's all-time leading goalscorer has taken another turn.
Cristiano Ronaldo's 761st goal, scored in Juventus' Supercoppa Italiana win over Napoli on Wednesday, had him within one of Josef Bican's 762, or so it seemed.
But the Czech Republic's football federation have apparently re-counted the forward's goals and claim that his total has now increased to 821, leaving the former Real Madrid forward 60 goals shy of his 821.
The best goalscorer in football history?" The Czech FA tweeted.
"The History and Statistics committee of the Czech FA counted all the goals scored by the legendary Josef Bican and we can declare he scored 821 goals in official matches."
Jaroslav Kolar, head of the committee, explained that a number of goals were missing, including those scored in the Czech second division.
The following is Bican's completed list of goals
Austria (Rapid and Admira), 1931-1937: 71 goals
Czechoslovakia (Slavia, Dynamo Prague, Vitkovice), 1937-1938, 1945-1955: 189 goals
Protrectorate of Bohemia and Moravia (Slavia), 1938-1944: 258 goals
Austria (Rapid reserves), 1931-1932: 24 goals
Czechoslovakia (Vitkovice), 1949: 40 goals
Czechoslovakia (Skoda Hradec Kralove), 1952: 53 goals
Domestic cup competitions
Wiener Cup (Rapid and Admira), 1932-1936: 18 goals
Czech Cup (Slavia), 1940-1944: 30 goals
Central Bohemian Cup (Slavia), 1937, 1940-1948: 62 goals
Liberation Cup (Slavia), 1945: 12 goals
Czechoslovak Cup (Hradec Kralove), 1934-1939: 7 goals
Central European Cup (Rapid, Admira and Slavia), 1934-1939: 16 goals
Austria, 1933-1936: 14 goals
Czechoslovakia, 1938-1939, 1946-1949: 18 goals
Bohemian - Moravian matches (during occupation) 1940-1945: 9 goals