New Tottenham striker Roberto Soldado was on the scoresheet for his country against Chile.
In Spain there is a debate raging regarding their international football team.
Roberto Soldado or Cesc Fabregas. But it is not a decision just between two players, but a choice of which system to play.
The choice is which one should play up front, Soldado as an out and out striker, or Fabregas in the false nine role which served the world champions so well at Euro 2012.
Soldado has on Wednesday evening delivered his contribution to the debate, picked as a starter in a friendly against Chile, and making the most of his opportunity.
He pounced on a wonderful cross by Barcelona man Pedro, to head powerfully into the Chile net, an effort the goalkeeper could not keep out.
You can watch it below, and if Tottenham's wingers get the chance to view the goal, they should use Pedro's delivery as something they should try to replicate to get the best out of their frontman.