Tottenham Hotspur winger may not have shown international-level form for his club but he has managed to score for England against San Marino.
Phil Jagielka, Wayne Rooney, Danny Welbeck, Andros Townsend and an Alex Della Valle own goal ensured San Marino left Wembley Stadium with a 5-0 defeat - their 60th successive loss on the trot.
England, meanwhile, doubled their points haul in Group E of the qualifying round for the 2016 European Championship as they remain top of the table with six points from six.
Arsenal academy product Jack Wilshere left the pitch with the match ball as he put in an industrious midfield performance but across North London, Tottenham Hotspur fans will be hoping that Towsend's rifle-shot of a goal can kick-start a stuttering season to date.
Townsend has played just 60 competitive minutes of Premier League football in the current season, but has featured twice in the Europa League competition.
Townsend was the only Spurs representative to feature for the Three Lions in this evening's rout, but Lilywhite fans may get a further chance to see some of their stars in action on Friday, as Gareth Southgate's Under-21's are due to compete.
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