Tottenham's DeAndre Yedlin bagged an impressive assist on international duty this weekend.
The United States coasted to a convincing 4-0 win over Guatemala in an international friendly at LP Field in Tennessee on Friday night.
Jurgen Klinsmann's men are gearing up for this summer's CONCACAF Gold Cup, and the 3-0 win gave him a confidence boosting victory this weekend.
An own goal from Carlos Castrillo set USA on their way, before Timothy Chandler hammered home a long range goal for the second, whilst Clint Dempsey dinked home a penalty and Chris Wondolowski got himself on the scoresheet to round off the win.
Tottenham fans may have been paying attention to the game, given that their young player DeAndre Yedlin started the game on the right hand side of midfielder for USA.
The 21-year-old speedster showed his quality for the opening goal, outpacing the full back before teasing in a cross, which ended in Castrillo's own goal.
Future position change?
The goal displayed Yedlin's athletic ability, showing his blistering pace whilst he also put good quality into the box, which will be encouraging for Spurs supporters and manager Mauricio Pochettino.
Yedlin's fine display came on the right of midfield, which is interesting considering that he was initially signed by Spurs as a right back - hinting at a possible position change.
Pochettino may now consider letting Yedlin play in midfield during pre-season this summer, in a bid to find his ideal position ahead of the new season.