Tottenham Hotspur talent took England's under-19 team into the European Championship final.
Marcus Edwards was missing from Tottenham's pre-season friendly win over Leyton Orient yesterday. He had bigger fish to fry.
The dynamic winger was involved for England's under-19 team in their European Championship semi-final against Czech Republic.
And he certainly made his presence felt, setting up Manchester City striker Lukas Nmecha for a dramatic last minute winner in a 1-0 victory.
Tottenham's Marcus Edwards in action
Marcus Edwards has been highly touted for the past couple of seasons, and made his debut for the club's first team in the EFL Cup last season.
The youngster is just 18-years-old, and his assist last night was the biggest moment of his fledgling career to date.
England's progress to the final means Edwards' return to Tottenham is delayed for another few days, but there is still plenty of time for the youngster to come back and make an impact for the first team.
Edwards' feats only whet the appetite for the club to involve him further, and it is safe to say Tottenham fans are excited.
Here is a look at how supporters reacted to Edwards' assist...
Marcus Edwards will quickly become as valuable as both Kane and Alli.— Blanco (@philwhite2468) July 12, 2017
We've got Marcus Edwards. Always puts a smile on my face #COYS— Max Everson (@Maxelaar) July 12, 2017
I'm not one for hyperbole... but Marcus Edwards is going to be the greatest footballer ever to grace this planet #COYS— StylishRiot (@stylishriot) July 12, 2017
Marcus Edwards is different gear. Seen him multiple times. What he just did to that defender was illegal— Liam Hurley (@LiamHurley94) July 12, 2017
Man U to make a 35m bid for Marcus Edwards— Bardi (@BardiTFC) July 12, 2017