By Harvey Byrne
Tottenham fans were left delighted on Twitter after summer signing Vincent Janssen scored a stunning goal for his country during the Netherlands 4-1 victory against Belarus on Friday.
The striker scored the fourth goal for his country on the 64th minute during their convincing win in the World Cup qualifier.
Two goals from Quincy Promes as well as a Davy Klaassen strike ensured a victory for the international heavyweights, who surprisingly missed out on Euro 2016.
Janssen, 22, picked up the ball near the halfway line before firing in a rocket shot into the top corner for the edge of the area.
— Hans Fredrik Løvold (@HFLovold) October 7, 2016
Spurs fans were delighted on social media with the goal from their striker and many took to Twitter to hail the Netherlands international.
Here are a selection of their messages on Twitter:
— GavinWA (@GAV_GWA) October 7, 2016
— René van der Zalm (@ReneZalm) October 7, 2016
— SourjyaC (@Spursy1882) October 7, 2016
— THFC_Central (@THFC_Central) October 7, 2016
@Mourinhodd janssen just got a goal and two assists tonight, has been amazing for holland in general
— C. (@FutboIChris) October 7, 2016
Alderweireld/Janssen goals tonight.?? we have some belting players at Tottenham now.??
— Kev07 (@kevski07) October 7, 2016
Bas Dost comes on in place of Vincent Janssen. Solid game from the striker and extremely well-taken goal, his 4th in 8 games for Oranje.
— Priya Ramesh (@Priya8Ramesh) October 7, 2016
That's Son,Toby and Janssen all netting on international duty, it's the Tottenham boys making all the noise #coys
— jay (@32yid) October 7, 2016
Janssen completed a £17million move to White Hart Lane in the summer from Dutch side AZ Alkmaar.
He had initially joined the club to act as understudy to star Harry Kane, but an ankle injury picked up the England international in a clash against Sunderland has presented Janssen with an opportunity to showcase his skills.
However, in form attacker Son Heung-min was chosen to lead the line in the most recent clash against Manchester City, with Janssen making an 89th minute substitute performance.
In other Tottenham team news, MK Dons chairman Pete Winkelman has claimed that Dele Alli wouldn’t be a footballer if his side weren’t around.