Dundee striker Kane Hemmings has now scored eight goals in his last eight matches and has a total of 12 for the season.
Incredibly, he has netted six times in his last three matches - a hat-trick against Hamilton Accies and a double versus Ross County, followed by his volleyed equaliser in the Dundee derby.
He has 21 appearances for the season, including two from the bench, meaning he has played in all but one of Dundee’s matches this campaign.
Greg Stewart has linked well with Hemmings, drifting from the right flank to create five of his goals.
Their link-up play at McDiarmid Park stands out. Early in the match, they exchanged a few short, sharp passes before Hemmings finished from long range with a low drive.
Hemmings began his career as a youth player at Rangers, making a handful of appearances during their season in League 2.
He then made moved to Cowdenbeath, where he first forged a partnership with Stewart and scored 22 goals in 37 starts. That won him a transfer to Barnsley but he was back in Scotland just a year later when Paul Hartley decided to bring him to Dundee.
His return to Scottish football has seen him continue his impressive scoring streak. In all, Hemmings’ record stands at more than a goal every two matches.