Stuart Dallas played his part as Northern Ireland took four points from two games.
Northern Ireland are just one victory away from qualifying for the 2016 European Championships after a 1- 1 draw with Hungary.
Michael O'Neill's men beat the Faroe Islands 3-1 on Friday, but had to fight hard on Monday evening to earn a point against the Hungarians.
Richard Guzmics put Hungary in front at Windsor Park following an error by goalkeeper Michael McGovern, and when Chris Baird was sent off, it looked like being a dismal night for Northern Ireland.
However, goal hero Kyle Lafferty struck deep into stoppage time to rescue a point, meaning a win over Greece or Finland will take Northern Ireland to France next summer.
Leeds United winger Stuart Dallas featured in both games, serving a key role on the left hand side of midfield - just as he does for the Whites.
The 24-year-old, who joined Leeds from Brentford this summer, is playing impressive football domestically and on the international stage, which will certainly please manager Uwe Rosler.
Now, Dallas has taken to Twitter to reflect on his exploits with Northern Ireland, before noting he was excited to return to Elland Road this weekend - where he will take on former club Brentford.