Watford continued their perfect start to the season with a 3-1 victory over Burnley at Turf Moor.
Andre Gray opened the scoring against his former club within three minutes, only to see his strike cancelled out by James Tarkowski shortly afterwards.
It took goals from Troy Deeney and Will Hughes to hand the visitors the three points.
Incredibly, the Hornets had not scored away from home since Javi Gracia took charge, their last goal on the road coming all the way back in January.
In light of that stat, they made it look surprisingly easy.
Burnley, of course, were playing their sixth games in 25 days as they struggle to balance the burden of the Europa League with their Premier League campaign.
Having at least kept a clean sheet last weekend in the stalemate with Southampton, the Clarets could not replicate it this time out.
And while it was Deeney who put in a man-of-the-match performance, Abdoulaye Doucouré also sliced through their defence with ease, picking out an absolutely sublime pass to set up the Englishman’s goal three minutes into the second half.