Marco Asensio is fast-becoming one of world football's hottest young prospects, and the Real Madrid star provided further evidence of this with his recent display against Macedonia.
Fresh from scoring in the Champions League final a few weeks ago after coming off the bench to rub Juventus' noses in it, the attacking midfielder was the star of the show in the Euro U21 group stage match.
Macedonia were no match for Spain, who won the game 5-0 in Poland to get their qualification campaign off to the perfect start - and all of the plaudits went Asensio's way.
Atletico Madrid star Saul opened the scoring with an overhead kick, before Madrid's golden boy got into his stride - scoring his first beauty from long range with his left foot into the far corner.
Marco Asensio's hat-trick for Spain's Under-21s was a bit special pic.twitter.com/F8L8fPJE2g— 90min (@90min_Football) 18 June 2017
He then received the ball on the left wing and dribbled into the penalty box before nonchalantly dropping his shoulder and beating the defender with ease before unleashing a fierce drive.
Not content with just the two special goals, Asensio then rounded things off with another absolute worldie, picking the all up on the right wing this time in his own half, before ghosting all the way up to the opposition box before thundering home a shot into the top right corner. What a talent.