Arsenal prospect Serge Gnabry served a reminder of his talents with a goal for Germany's under-21 side.
The winger netted a superb curling effort to round off his side's 6-0 win against minnows the Faroe Islands, having begun the game on the bench.
Being a substitute is a role Gnabry has been all too familiar with since moving on loan to West Bromwich Albion in the transfer window.
The winger has played only 12 minutes of Premier League football since signing, so far appearing an afterthought for manager Tony Pulis.
A goal against the Faroes' under-21 side may not change his mind, but the effectiveness and eye for goal Gnabry showed should make him consider it.
The winger is regarded as one of Arsenal's brightest prospects, and concerns are already growing among the Gunners' support that Pulis is the wrong manager to help Gnabry's talent blossom.
If the Arsenal hierarchy feel the same way, there is a chance they could pull the plug on his loan deal and move him elsewhere mid-season, so West Brom owe it to themselves to play the German talent while they can, or risk losing him altogether - who knows, he might turn out to be just what the 17th ranked team in the Premier League need?