The midfielder made his England debut against Estonia last night.
England made it nine out of nine for their European Championship qualifiying campaign yesterday with a comfortable but uninspiring win against Estonia at Wembley.
Goals from Theo Walcott and Raheem Sterling proved enough for England to come away with a 2-0 win from Wembley, from a game that was a struggle to watch without flicking over to watch the egg-chasing.
Once Sterling had secured the points England boss Roy Hodgson could cut loose and that gave him the chance to bring in Dele Alli for his England debut.
The Tottenham Hotspur star came on for man-of-the-match Ross Barkley in the second half last night.
Alli was of course delighted with the appearance. He has taken to Twitter today to post this comment about his historic night:
So Honoured & proud to make my debut for my country last night at Wembley! Hopefully many more appearances to come pic.twitter.com/Hjv1Ymiy6A— dele alli (@dele_alli36) October 10, 2015
It is certainly a massive achievement from the teenager. A year previously he was playing against Yeovil at Huish Park for Milton Keynes Dons and is now a fully fledged England international.
Alli might get to play some more regular football for England on Monday night as The Three Lions, who have already qualified, take on Lithuania in Vilnius with several of their star players set to stay at home.
Alli will be hoping to have a big impact in England's dead rubber.