Gylfi Sigurdsson made the return to former club Swansea City this summer, with Tottenham swapping the attacking midfielder for Swans left back Ben Davies.
Sigurdsson, 25, arrived at Tottenham in 2012 for £8.8m from Hoffenheim, but he was only on their radar because of a superb loan spell with Swansea. Working under his former Reading boss Brendan Rodgers, Sigurdsson hit seven goals in just 18 games before Rodgers tried to take him to Liverpool with him, only for the Icelander to choose Andre Villas-Boas' Tottenham.
However, Sigurdsson couldn't replicate that form at White Hart Lane, scoring just 13 goals in 85 games after the signing of Ajax star Christian Eriksen, and was sent back to South Wales in July. Since returning to the Liberty Stadium, Sigurdsson has scored once and racked up six assists under Garry Monk - and now he's once again showing that Spurs are missing with a superb goal for Iceland against the Netherlands.
The two sides have met in Reykjavik tonight, and Sigurdsson not only notched the opening goal from the penalty spot, but conjured up a stunning volley to put Iceland 2-0 up on the stroke of half time.