Nuno Tavares was once again showcased impressive performances, as he scored sensational goal and set-up two incredible assist in Portugal U21S high figure beating Liechtenstein on Thursday evening.
The 21-year-old left-back, who joined the Gunners from Benfica in a region of £8millon this summer, has already impressed Arsenal fans with his pace and aggression during his early-season appearances.
Now the full-back showcased his potential on the international stage as Portugal’s U21s ran riot against their counterparts from Liechtenstein.
Within five minutes, the Gunners star had already given the Portugal lead, with a left-footed shot in the manner of Gareth Bale that left the Liechtenstein goalkeeper helpless.
The 21-year-old defender finding space on the left of the box, and fired an effort at the near post and flashed it past the goalkeeper before he had time to react.
And the Arsenal man later set up a goal for Wolves striker Fabio Silva with an excellent pinpoint cross from the left flank before set-up a long cross-field pass to Francisco Conceicao, who admittedly did most of the work himself, beating two players and poking home a near-post finish.
Meanwhile, Portugal defeating Liechtenstein 11-0.