Fulham's young star Steven Sessegnon impressed in England's 4-0 win against Iraq at the U17 World Cup on Saturday as the Young Lions won 4-0.
The 17-year-old started England's final group game in Group F and showed everyone why the two Sessegnon twins are so highly rated at Fulham as he bagged himself two assists.
First, the youngster had a part to play in the opener when Sessegnon played a great pass to Nya Kirby, who stuck the ball across the six-yard box for Angel Gomes to slot home, who also got England's second.
Sessegnon then grabbed himself his first assist of the evening when he went on a brilliant run before feeding the ball to Danny Loader who made it three for the Young Lions.
It was then a second assists for the Fulham man when Iraq cleared a free kick out to him, but he took his time and slipped the ball into Loader once again who finished for England.
England will now play Japan in the last 16 on October 17, with the winner of that game facing either Paraguay or the USA.