Dan Biggar became the first man in Welsh regional rugby to pass 2,000 points as he helped the Ospreys to a 19-9 Pro12 victory over the Scarlets on Tuesday.
The Wales fly-half kicked 14 of his side's tally at the Liberty Stadium - the other five coming courtesy of a penalty try - to move the Ospreys second, two points behind leaders Munster.
The Scarlets came into the derby clash having won seven successive matches in this competition and led 9-6 at the interval thanks to Rhys Patchell's three penalties to Biggar's two in a half which saw the visitors' Rob Evans yellow-carded for a high tackle.
The Ospreys applied pressure in the second period and the Scarlets saw Will Boyde sin-binned for illegally halting a lineout drive which led to the hosts' penalty try.
Biggar converted and then added two more penalties in the final 20 minutes - either side of Steffan Evans receiving a third yellow for the Scarlets - to help the Ospreys seal a comfortable win.
Dan Biggar's kick takes him over 2,000 points scored for the Ospreys, and he becomes the first player in regional rugby history to do so. pic.twitter.com/53uTD3WgRk
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