Saido Berahino has provided another example of his excellent finishing ability whilst on international duty with the England under-21s.
The West Bromwich Albion front-man has been in fine form throughout the opening of the campaign so far, scoring six times in nine matches in all competitions, and he showed further evidence of his skill in training.
Berahino took a shot from behind the goal, but still managed to curl it into the back of the net in a brilliant bit of skill - which even he was able to celebrate.
The under-21s take on Croatia tonight in a crucial play-off for the European Championships and they will be hoping to see more of this finishing prowess in the game.
Berahino tucked home a penalty to give them a 2-1 lead after the first-leg, but it is only a slender advantage.
The side need to avoid defeat tonight against Croatia, in what is a pressure tie for the Three Lions up-and-coming stars.
The Baggies front-man is one of the most pivotal players in the team and he will be looking to show that he can handle the focus being on him.
The rapid striker has been linked with a move to Tottenham Hotspur in recent times and a goalscoring display tonight on the big stage is likely to increase their interest even further.