Emmanuel Dennis Bonaventure was the hero in midweek when his first half brace gave Club Brugge an unlikely half time lead at the Santiago Bernabeu.
Although, Real Madrid eventually rallied to earn a controversial 2-2 draw on Tuesday night in the UEFA Champions League but the press in Belgium and Nigeria have not stopped talking about the 20-year-old forward.
Bonaventure continued to justify the huge rating with another goal for Club Brugge in their 4-0 massacre of KAA Gent at the Jan Breydel Stadion.
Coach Philippe Clement picked Bonaventure ahead of his compatriot David Okereke for the match on Sunday.
Okereke climbed off the bench to contribute his quota in the game.
Emmanuel Dennis Bonaventure signed for Ukrainian club Zorya Luhansk in March 2016 and scored six goals in 22 league games. His form, at such a young age, earned him a move to Club Brugge a year later.
He is a fast paced forward, who mainly operates on the right wing. He is very direct and likes to run at his marker. He has just two years left on his current contract, which could see any serious club land him for a cut-price deal.