Nacer Chadli has been in sparkling form to Tottenham so far this season, scoring 4 times in 6 games to make him the Premier League's highest scoring midfielder at this moment.
And it looks like the former FC Twente star has carried that form into his international appearances, scoring his third goal for Belgium in what would turn into a 6-0 rout against whipping boys Andorra.
To make matters even sweeter for Spurs fans, Chadli's left footed finish was created via an excellent cross from fellow Lilywhite Jan Vertonghen, even if the Andorra defender did make a bit of a hash of his header.
The 25-year-old's strike was the third goal in a first half that sent the Red Devils very much on their way to a comfortable three points. Ex Chelsea midfielder Kevin de Bruyne scored a penalty to open the scoring, before adding his second just a few minutes later.
Divock Origi, Lille's Liverpool striker-to-be scored his second international goal early in the second half to continue Belgium's domination, before Napoli forward Dries Mertens, a player linked to Spurs in recent weeks, added his own brace to make it a comprehensive victory. Mousa Dembele was an unused substitute as Belgium equalled their highest ever European Championship qualifying win.
Belgium are one game behind group leaders Wales, and it looks like the meetings between old teammates Jan Vertonghen, Mousa Dembele and Gareth Bale could be the match that decides who eventually tops Group B.