The next wave of Belgian talent is making it's announcement that they are here to deliver upon their promise.
The under-21 team thrashed Norway 4-0 last night, days after beating Spain 3-1.
Scorer of the first goal in the rout was Chelsea teenager Charly Musonda, who has been likened to a young Eden Hazard.
The teenager was instrumental in the win, netting his first at international under-21 level, and has accrued three assists over the two matches played to date.
Musonda, seen celebrating above on the left, commented on his Instagram page after the victory:
"Great win against Norway 4-1 at home, good goal, good result, support was amazing #allezlabelgique now back home after two great wins."
Bizarrely he appeared to get the scoreline wrong, suggesting the away side had netted, so carried away was he in his excitement after the victory.
Musonda suggested after the game he is targeting an international place for Belgium's senior side in 2016.
Next summer first, he has the chance to put his talents on display at the European under-21 Championships, and show Chelsea why he needs a shot in their side.