Alexis Sanchez was the star of the show in Chile's dominant World Cup Qualifying win over Uruguay on Tuesday night.
The above video shows the Arsenal striker dispatching two quality goals in his nation's 3-1 win, despite being a doubt ahead of the fixture.
Sanchez missed Chile's clash with Colombia due to a minor muscle injury and Arsene Wenger was against him playing in the Uruguay game.
But Chile boss Juan Antonio Pizzi was keen to bring the 27-year-old back into the first team, and his decision was rewarded.
Uruguay started the stronger of the two teams, going one-nil up through Edinson Cavani in the 14th-minute.
But Eduardo Vargas equalised for the home side, ensuring they went into the break level.
In the second half Sanchez showed his class, scoring his 35th goal for his country after turning on the edge of the box and blasting his shot beyond Muslera in goal.
He added a third 16 minutes later after running onto a lofted through ball from Marcelo Diaz, and the game was all wrapped up at 3-1.
Sanchez, who was wearing a thigh support on his right leg, was then brought off by Chile boss Pizzi with six minutes of the game to go.