Dundee win and Greg Stewart scores the goal.
It’s a familiar story.
But there was more than the continued excellence of his main man to keep Paul Hartley happy at the weekend.
It was a torrid start at Firhill and better teams than Partick Thistle would have punished the Dark Blues for affording them so many good openings in the early minutes.
But when Hartley needed to change the way things were going, he was able to look at his bench and make it happen.
Now that hasn’t been as familiar a story.
All three substitutions had a telling impact.
There was nothing planned about Julen Etxabeguren’s entrance for the injured James McPake mid-way through the first half, but he brought calmness to a backline that had been under severe pressure.
Then, as Hartley grew more confident that the three points were there to be taken, he gave Rory Loy and debutant Riccardo Calder plenty of time to make an impact.
And make an impact they both did, particularly the Aston Villa youngster.
There were two runs down the left side of the box that suggest he will have a big part to play in his time at Dens.
The first nearly drew a rash penalty-winning challenge and the second culminated in pinpoint delivery across the six-yard line.
And we haven’t yet seen fellow loan signing Rhys Healey, who didn’t get off the bench.
Stewart is still a game-changer, but he’s now far from the only one.