Highly-rated Chelsea striker Dominic Solanke exhibited good anticipation, pace, power, agility and a cool finish in order to score the equaliser against Poland for England's under-20 side.
The home side went 1-0 up through an ambitious effort from Kevin Pytlik, who saw his perfectly hit half-volley loop over the desperately unlucky England goalkeeper from 30-yards.
Soon after the goal, England's determination to get back into the game was evident, and a scrappy piece of play allowed the Chelsea forward to put Neil Dewsnip's side back on level terms with a nice, well-crafted finish.
A brace from Sheyi Ojo and a wonder strike from Ryan Ledson completed the emphatic win for England, who made the game look much easier than it was, winning 4-1.
Despite only getting on the scoresheet once, Dominic Solanke looked a class apart from everyone else on the pitch and often had three or four Poland players around him in order to kill his impact on the game.
Nevertheless, he was involved in the build-up to all of the goals, in one way or another, but will be disappointed not to have added more to his England U18 tally.
However, with performances of that quality, it surely won't be long before former Nottingham Forest, now England U19s, manager Sean O'Driscoll calls upon his services for the higher age group.