Yesterday saw Belgium deal out a thrashing to lowly Andorra in the European Championships qualifying, thrashing the side 6-0. One player who was not present was their star attacking midfielder Eden Hazard.
The Chelsea midfielder is suffering with a severely bruised toe and given the status of Belgium's opponents Marc Wilmots decided it was best to leave him on the side-lines.
But he wasn't the only member of the Hazard family not in action. His younger brother Thorgan was not picked by Wilmots for the latest Belgium squad.
The younger Hazard is currently on loan at Borussia Monchengladbach. The Bundesliga move came after a season and a half of impressive performances in the Jupiler League with Zulte-Waregem.
It was those performances which saw Belgium take notice - handing Hazard an international debut in 2013.
But while his countryman were defeating Andorra with ease he was helping his new team do just that, but against FSV Frankfurt.
Gladbach took the international break as an opportunity to play a little friendly, and they defeated Frankfurt 4-1.
Hazard did his best to catch the eye. He scored in the 33rd minute, after Patrick Herrmann had given Gladbach a 1-0 lead.
Manuel Konrad scored for Frankfurt but Kevin Holzweiler and Marlon Ritter soon made it 4-1.
For Hazard it was a good work-out and a way to keep in practice despite not being in international contention. If he can produce these performances in the Bundesliga, he might just force his way back into Wilmots thoughts.