Kylian Mbappe starred for France against Iceland, creating two goals and scoring a goal in sublime fashion.
The 20-year-old phenom wreaked havoc in Paris as France secured three points in their second Euro 2020 qualifier.
He set-up France's first goal, brilliantly picking out Samuel Umtiti from the left-wing. The Barcelona defender headed home to open the scoring.
In the second-half, he got on the score-sheet himself after Antoine Griezmann pierced a stunning pass.
Mbappe then returned the favour by providing a sensational back-heel assist for Griezmann, who found the back of the net with a glorious dink.
The 2018 World Cup winners eventually beat Iceland 4-0 and they've now scored eight goals in two qualifying games, having thrashed Moldova 4-1 on Friday.
Mbappe is enjoying an ultra-prolific campaign this season. He's bagged an impressive 31 goals in all competitions for Paris Saint-Germain.
He tops the scoring charts in France. He has a ridiculous 26 league goals to his name and is nine goals ahead of his nearest rival.
Mbappe will return to international duty in June when France face Turkey and Andorra in Euro 2020 qualifiers.
But the lethal frontman will be back in action on Sunday for PSG. They play Toulouse in a Ligue 1 fixture.