Aaron Ramsdale was capture on the screen given Emile Smith-Rowe a big hug following the final whistle of England 5-0 win over Albania in the World Cup Qualifier match at Wembley Stadium last night.
Smith-Rowe, 21, earns his first international call-up after a fine start to the season with Arsenal, with the playmaker scored five goals and contributed two assists in all competitions so far this term.
Last night, the Gunners academy product was finally handed his professional debut as he replaced Raheem Sterling in the 77 minute of the game.
Despite the game already being well and truly wrapped up, Smith-Rowe made a positive impact, with the attacking midfielder completed each of his attempted passes.
However, a moment after the full-time whistle has caught the eye. Indeed, with Smith Rowe still on the pitch, fellow Arsenal star Aaron Ramsdale was seen swiftly heading over to his England teammate
The beaming goalkeeper, evidently delighted for his fellow Gunner, embraced the debutant with a big hug and pat on the head before offering some, presumably, kind words of praise.