Football hipsters unite because the beacons were certainly lit during Serbia’s clash with Costa Rica.
The focus of their attention?
Lazio midfielder Sergej Milinkovic-Savic, of course.
This is a man attracting attention from just about every top European club around after a stellar season in Italy.
A smooth combination of brute strength, attacking guile and pinpoint passing range has drawn comparisons with Man United midfielder Paul Pogba.
And Milinkovic-Savic certainly lived up to the billing as he inspired Serbia to only their second win at a World Cup.
Playing in the hole behind Aleksandar Mitrovic, the Lazio man was given license to roam and looked comfortable in almost every situation.
Milinkovic-Savic produced a moment of expert technique too when he had an acrobatic overhead kick saved by Keylor Navas in the Costa Rica goal.
And unsurprisingly everyone was jumping on the Milinkovic-Savic bandwagon on social media as they bought into the hype:
It was a former Man City player in Aleksandar Kolarov who scored the winner though, curling home a brilliant free kick in the second half: