Jermain Defoe made his goalscoring return to the England team on Sunday.
And his goal, which broke the deadlock in the World Cup qualifying victory over Lithuania. came more than 12 years after his first strike for the Three Lions - against Poland in 2004.
Defoe is also the third Sunderland AFC player to score for England since the Second World War - and the eighth player to net a goal for England after his 34th birthday, joining the likes of Frank Lampard.
To date, he has scored 20 goals for England, and has 56 caps.
This season, he has scored 14 Premier League goals for the Black Cats.