He was hardly what you would call a prolific goalscorer.
But on this day in history, Andy Impey was at the height of his powers.
The wing-back was credited with scoring 16 goals during his 16-year professional career and two of those came on this day in 1994, the first of which was quite brilliant.
Impey, now 45 and an academy coach, enjoyed his most successful spell while with QPR, spending seven years at Loftus Road, winning the player of the season award three years running, in 1993, 94 and 95.
And March 26, 1994 was probably one of his best days. Following a goalless first half at Portman Road, Impey scored twice in five minutes to put Rangers in the driving seat for three points.
Picking up the ball on the halfway line, he muscled off one Ipswich player, drove through the heart of the home defence before finishing low past Clive Baker in the Tractorboys' goal for a fabulous solo effort.
He added a second four minutes later, before Les Ferdinand notched the third. Bontcho Guenchev netted a late consolation for Ipswich.
Take a look at Impey's fine effort below and reminisce about a time when QPR finished in the top ten in the Premier League.