Harry Kane and Son Heung-min set a new Premier League record when they combined for Tottenham's fourth goal against Crystal Palace.
Tottenham won 4-1 against Palace, with Kane getting his second goal of the game in the 76th minute after being set up by Son.
As reported by talkSPORT, Kane and Son have now combined for 14 Premier League goals this season, the highest amount that any two players have mustered in the division during a single campaign.
The previous record was 13 goals, set by Alan Shearer and Chris Sutton during Blackburn's title-winning campaign of 1994-95.
In the 2018-19 season, meanwhile, Ryan Fraser and Callum Wilson linked up for 12 goals for Bournemouth.
Tottenham have also now scored 100 goals this season across all competitions.
Jose Mourinho's side took the lead on Sunday through Gareth Bale before Christian Benteke equalised for Palace just before half time.
Bale restored Tottenham's lead after the break, with Kane proceeding to score a brace to make sure of the victory.
Tottenham are now sixth in the Premier League, two points off the top four.