Edin Dzeko joined a rare group of international goalscorers after scoring his 50th goal for Bosnia & Herzegovina on Tuesday night.
The striker - who has already passed the 30-goal barrier for the Giallorossi this season - reached another milestone in a friendly against Albania, as his seventh-minute penalty saw him reach his half-century of goals for his country.
Dzeko is the 55th player in history to achieve the feat. Bosnia & Herzegovina went on to win the clash 2-1.
Afterwards, the 31-year-old took to Twitter to dedicate the goal to an individual he had met during a charity appearance the previous week.
"A promise must be kept!" Dzeko said. "The goal against Albania I promised I dedicate to Amir Gljivi, who lies at the Pediatric Clinic. This 50th goal is a tribute to him!"
Elsewhere, there was similarly good news for Giallorossi goalkeeper Alisson Becker - as Brazil beat Paraguay 3-0 (their eighth win in a row) to confirm their place at next summer's World Cup in Russia.
Elsewhere on Tuesday, Kevin Strootman and Daniele De Rossi were opposing captains as the Netherlands hosted Italy in a friendly in Amsterdam.
De Rossi's cap was his 112th - putting him level with Dino Zoff as the fifth-most capped Italian player of all-time.
The Azzurri eventually won 2-1, although neither Giallorossi player completed the full 90 minutes - with De Rossi forced off early with a slight back issue.
The club will update on his condition following further assessment.