Jadon Sancho lived up to the billing in his full England senior debut against USA on Thursday night. Great expectations preceded young his full senior England debut. So much was expected of the Borussia Dortmund winger, and he didn't disappoint.
It's too early to say categorically that England have a star on their hands, but they just might. The 18-year-old didn't look a step out of place as he made his full debut against USA on Thursday night.
England romped to a 3-0 win in Wayne Rooney's farewell, but on a night when the nation said goodbye to a hero of the past, it was the youngsters who stole the show, showing the future is bright, showing Wayne Rooney that he leaves with his nation's team in good hands.
Jadon Sancho was a part of that, the youngest player on the pitch, but it showed not. He was calm, composed and full of energy.
The highlight? An assist in which he showed calmness and presence of mind in the box to keep the ball and set up Alexander Trent-Arnold to score England's third.
However, that was just one of the many high-quality examples on an excellent debut for Sancho. He was lightning off the mark, precise in his passing and wonderfully unpredictable in his trickery.