As James Pritchard kicked a first-half conversion through the uprights, the Canada fullback didn't realize he had reached a significant scoring milestone.
Pritchard's conversion in Canada's 23-23 Rugby World Cup tie with Japan on Tuesday gave him 400 points in capped appearances for Canada.
"I knew I was heading to 400, but it didn't cross my mind during the game," Pritchard said. "Not even when I kicked the points.
"I was just concentrating on the game. It probably wasn't until late last night, when I was watching the game on television, that I figured it out."
Pritchard was forced to withdraw from the game late in the first half after a knock to the head left him unconscious and with blurred vision.
Pritchard sits in third place on Canada's all-time scoring list, behind Gareth Rees with 491 and Bob Ross with 424.
And while the milestone is a feather in his cap, he would have preferred to celebrate a victory rather than the second draw in successive Rugby World Cups between Canada and Japan.
"I was a bit upset that I couldn't finish the game," Pritchard said. "It would have been better if I could have stayed on and we won
"But that's the game of rugby, isn't it."