Denmark rounded off their World Cup preparations with a 2-0 win over Mexico - and that man Tottenham Hotspur star Christian Eriksen played a big role in the victory.
Nothing could separate both sides for some 70 minutes in Brondby.
But the Tottenham magician set up Yussuf Poulsen for the opener, before Eriksen added a second himself three minutes later by casually slotting home a cushion.
On this form, the 26-year-old, who bagged a hat-trick in World Cup playoff win over the Republic of Ireland last year, could well light up the competition in Russia over the next month or so.
Levy will cash out huge on Eriksen after World Cup. Mans gon carry Denmark.— K4NG (@ItsEmmelex) June 9, 2018
Eriksen is going to carry Denmark to the World Cup final.— Christopher (@ChrisWrighteous) June 9, 2018
What a man.
Even if it's not announced till after the World Cup we need this eriksen new deal signed before the World Cup can see Denmark being the surprise team and eriksen being the main man— Addicted To Spurs (@addicted_spurs) June 9, 2018
Eriksen sets one up and smashes one in for Denmark.— jonedher67 (@jonedher67) June 9, 2018
Eriksen is a player to watch at the world cup. on another level for Denmark— Lukas (@LukasCFCLakers) June 9, 2018
Pretty sad at how Mexico is playing but gotta admit Eriksen is hella good, he basically carrying Denmark.— Daya ♀️ (@Dayandelion) June 9, 2018
Denmark 2 Mexico 0 with Eriksen scoring. That's a solid result against a good team. Going without Christian in this form makes me nervous. #WorldCupFantasy— FPL Chancer (Dan) (@fplchancer) June 9, 2018
Watching Christian Eriksen run the show for Denmark is lowkey one of the things I'm most looking forward to at this World Cup. https://t.co/oSFSrCtauu— James Harris (@JamesCHarris97) June 9, 2018
I thought Peru could sneak in with France to the next round in the World Cup but Christian Eriksen is playing great. Denmark should defeat Peru.— Javier Lemus (@JLC11_) June 9, 2018
Eriksen really needs to sign a new contract before the WC because he’s going to have an amazing tournament for Denmark— OnomahIsABaller (@SpursD22) June 9, 2018
The former Ajax star, who cost the North Londoners a modest £11 million back in 2013, is easily one of Tottenham's most influential players, even though he may not get the credit of a Harry Kane or a Dele Alli.