Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain made his second consecutive start for England last night, but did he do enough to show he deserves a full time role out wide?
The 22-year-old was preferred by Three Lions boss Roy Hodgson to Arsenal teammate Theo Walcott, making only his second appearance for his country in 2015.
He played his part as England won 2-0 against Switzerland at Wembley, a match which will be remembered as the game Wayne Rooney eclipsed Sir Bobby Charlton's all-time scoring record.
Oxlade-Chamberlain has been in and out of the England side similarly to Arsenal's, having struggled with injuries over the past few seasons. He does have 22 caps to his name, which causes you to wonder just how many he may have had by now it not been for his fitness issues.
The game against Switzerland was not a standout performance for him. Over the course of 90 minutes he touched the ball just 38 times, fewer than Raheem Sterling on the opposite flank with 56.
While Sterling created three chances, Oxlade-Chamberlain offered up just the one, with neither managed a shot on target.
The Arsenal man's pass completion rate of 75 per cent was the lowest of any outfield player in the England side.
He has made two starts for Arsenal this season and two substitute appearances, and really the fact he came through it unscathed is a welcome relief for his club's fans.
Here is a look at how supporters reacted to his display, with a mixture of opinions...
Oxlade-Chamberlain is such a talent. One of the best players at England's disposal. He could be exceptionally good in years to come..— Brad Taylor (@Taylor5Official) September 8, 2015
Another lacklustre starting performance from Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain. Some players are just meant for coming off of the bench.— Jon (@oldbeanjon) September 8, 2015
On a serious note what is special about Oxlade-Chamberlain? Don't see how he makes the England team— BG (@BenJDG) September 8, 2015
Oxlade Chamberlain > Sterling— Brad (@SW6Brad) September 8, 2015
Wish Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain had of signed for anyone but Arsenal. What a player he would have been?— Martin Van Jenkins (@dobbojenks1974) September 8, 2015
Big season for Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain. Didn't exactly cover himself in glory this week. Two poor outings #ENGSUI— TopTrevor (@TopTrevor) September 8, 2015
The player who stops England being a truly great side, is Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain. Sloppy in possession, poor first touch and clumsy tackler— Andrew Anderson (@soorploom) September 8, 2015