Philippe Coutinho took a back seat as far as the goal-scoring was concerned for Brazil against Chile, but did pose as a source of some magic when it mattered.
The Liverpool star produced a perfectly-weighted and expertly- timed pass to pick out the run of Neymar, who took a sublime first touch before setting up Gabriel Jesus for a simple close range finish.
It served as a glimpse of the damage the trio could cause at the finals in Russia in 2018, where Brazil will undoubtedly be amongst the favourites.
Coutinho contribution to the goal, interestingly, came from the kind of deeper position he now tends to occupy for Liverpool at times.
Chances are never too far away when someone with his vision and execution is afforded the space to feed the runners ahead of him.
Jurgen Klopp will be hoping that is the case against Manchester United on Saturday, with Sadio Mane’s injury setback putting even more responsibility on the shoulders of the Reds’ No.10.
Here’s a look at Coutinho’s touch of class…
Gabriel Jesus bags a brace for Brazil versus Chile pic.twitter.com/s9uwSqB2Xz
— Goal UK (@GoalUK) October 11, 2017