Video: Tottenham wonderkid scores and assists in international win

Ismail Azzaoui played a key role in Belgium’s Under-17s' 4-0 victory over Northern Ireland last week.

The 17-year-old playmaker signed for Spurs in the summer, agreeing a switch from the same Anderlecht academy that created current Premier League stars Vincent Kompany, Romelu Lukaku and Adnan Januzaj.

An attacking player, the youngster is able to play all across the front three, and has been a key member of the Lilywhites' FA Youth Cup run to the semi-finals, scoring six goals in the process.

He has also made one appearance at Under-21 level, which, for a player of just 17 years old is remarkably impressive. Azzaoui is considered one of the brightest young talents in the Spurs academy at the moment, and his name is well known on the international level.

Capped at Under-15, Under-16 and Under-17 level for Belgium, the forward is currently a regular in the Under-17 side, and is on duty with them at the moment in the European Under-17 Championship Elite Round.

The Red Devils have won two of two games, both by a four-goal scoreline, and Azzaoui played a key role in the first of those victories - a win over Northern Ireland. After creating a goal for his teammates, the youngster scored the third strike to put the victory beyond doubt, before being substituted in the 63rd minute.

Although missing out on the starting XI for the following game against Georgia, it is likely that Azzaoui will play a key role as the competition progresses.

Watch Azzaoui’s impact below:

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