Ladies and gentlemen: Callum Hudson-Odoi is back.
The teenage sensation broke through at Chelsea last season but his season came to a frustrating end.
He ruptured his achilles against Burnley in April - an injury that kept him on the sidelines for five months.
Chelsea fans have patiently been awaiting his return and he made his first appearance since his injury against Grimsby last month.
He's now on international duty with England U21s and he's been on fire against Austria.
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The 18-year-old opened the scoring with a fine volley just 12 minutes into the game.
And he got his second goal just before half-time - and what a strike it was.
Hudson-Odoi found himself on the edge of his own box and sprinted towards goal.
He carried the ball all the way to the edge of Austria's box, before unleashing an unstoppable effort that nestled into the top corner.
Watch the goal below:
What a run and finish. He's clearly too good for this level.
His goal earlier on in the night wasn't bad too. Watch it below:
Hudson-Odoi has already tormented many Premier League defenders in his short career: including Cesar Azpilicueta.
Rob Green explained earlier this week how the experienced Spaniard simply couldn't live with Hudson-Odoi in Chelsea training.
"We had Willian, Pedro and obviously Eden [Hazard] in the same positions but the manager had such a strong belief about playing the players he trusted. He would not play other players," Green told BBC Radio 5 live, per the Metro.
"It was the same team, the same formation every week, maybe one or two changes and Callum just wouldn’t get a look-in.
"We’d go into training and he’d tear it up day in, day out and the things he would try in training with no pressure… and he’d do it in games.
"You’d just see him trying stuff because he just wanted to.
"It’s not that players like this don’t care. It’s just that they can play with the freedom and understanding that they can try these things and are good enough to pull them off.
"He would try it in training against some of the best players in the world, some of the best defenders.
"Azpilicueta playing up against him in training… couldn’t live with him! He’d chop inside him and Azpi would turn around and go, 'Oh God, he’s gone past me', and then he’d just bend one in the far top corner or fire one in at the near post."News Now - Sport News