When PSV Eindhoven received their draw for the Europa League qualifying stages the Dutch giants would have likely been rubbing their hands in anticipation.
They were drawn against Austrian side SKN St Polten.
St Polten currently play in the second tier of Austrian domestic football, and qualified for the previous round of the qualifying stages by reaching the final of the Austrian Cup last season. They beat Bulgarian outfot Botev Plovdiv 3-2 on aggregate in the second round in order to book a date with PSV in the third.
But despite the apparent gulf in class PSV were made to work by SNK - eventually winning 4-2 on aggregate after two very close affairs.
Luuk de Jong, formerly of Newcastle United loan fame, scored the only goal in the first leg but last night, in Austria, he also scored in a 3-2 away win for the Dutch side.
But it was not his or Jurgen Locadia's opener that will have Premier League fans wondering - but the sandwich filler in between.
Memphis Depay has been heavily linked with a move to Tottenham Hotspur in recent weeks. Believed to be worth a fee in the region of £15 million, some reports even suggested he had already been the subject of a successful bid.
Yesterday PSV told Sky Sports that there had been 'no contact whatsoever' from Tottenham and that they 'expect Memphis to stay' at PSV.
He scored yesterday, giving Tottenham fans a little glimpse of what they might be missing next term, or indeed - if rumours of an Andros Townsend move to QPR prove true - they can look forward to with this goal last night...
Should Spurs break the bank for Memphis?