Mohamed Elneny curled in a beauty as Egypt battered Comoros 4-0 on Monday evening.
The Arsenal star is a key man for his country.
And he started in the centre of midfield, as the Pharaohs rounded off their AFCON qualifying campaign.
Elneny, 28, picked the ball up on the edge of the opposition penalty area in the 15th minute.
And he nonchalantly curled the ball into the far top corner.
The effort was his seventh for his country in 79 caps.
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Furthermore, Liverpool star Mo Salah additionally packed away a brace in the dominant win.
Elneny is grabbing quite the reputation for scoring screamers this season.
The Gunners star, who spent last season exiled on loan at Besiktas, has also scored belters against Dundalk and Olympiacos in the Europa League for Mikel Arteta’s side.
Elneny will have just one year remaining on his Arsenal contract come the summer.