Reneilwe Letsholonyane completed a memorable week by scoring the opening goal on Wednesday as Kaizer Chiefs cruised to a 2-0 triumph over Ajax Cape Town in the South African Premiership.
The 29-year-old dreadlocked midfielder was voted man of the match last Wednesday in a victory against Mamelodi Sundowns when he returned to action as a substitute after a lengthy knee-injury lay-off.
A couple of days later his wife gave birth to a son and he took just seven minutes to score against Ajax at Peter Mokaba Stadium in northern city Polokwane as he started a game for the first time since mid-season.
Letsholonyane beat former Liverpool goalkeeper Sander Westerveld from close range after Ajax defender Matthew Booth failed to clear a low cross and dominant Chiefs should have been further ahead by half-time.
The victory-clinching second goal came midway through the second half as former South Africa striker Bernard Parker burst on to a Siphiwe Tshabalala pass and poked the ball into the net.
Chiefs, whose new English coach Stuart Baxter watched the match before taking over on 1 June, remained sixth on the table with two rounds left and Ajax stayed in ninth place.
Bottom-of-the-table Jomo Cosmos collected a rare away point as they forced a 0-0 draw at mid-table AmaZulu in Durban, but are nine points from safety with just three fixtures to play.