Netherlands winger Quincy Promes scored his first two international goals against Belarus this weekend. It took 14 appearances for the Spartak Moscow speedster to score, but it was definitely worth it.
Promes produced a piece of magic, as his shot nutmegged three defenders for his first ever goal. The 24 year old went one better, scoring a volley from 20 yards just 15 minutes later.
Fortune favoured the youngster, after Dutch coach Danny Blind left Arjen Robben absent from the squad due to a rib injury.
The 4-1 win puts Netherlands on-top of their World Cup Qualifying group, with France and Sweden both below them.
— كرِسسَ# (@iCris7M) October 8, 2016