Gordon Banks, eat your heart out.
Eiji Kawashima could well be the toast of Japan for a very, very long time.
The goalkeeper and part-time David Seaman impersonator produced the save of the tournament in the first-half against Poland in their crucial World Cup clash.
The superhuman save saw Kawashima cover almost the full-length of his line to reach the ball, which was goal-bound after Kamil Grosicki’s header.
We’ve not seen a save this good for a long, long time.
Japan’s No1 had been relatively disappointing in the tournament so far.
The 35-year-old shot-stopper dropped a clanger and cost his side a goal against Senegal in their second group game.
Kawashima would have won back the heart’s of the nation however after his heroic save against Poland.
Kawashima was helpless when it came to keeping out Jan Bednarek’s second-half effort which put Poland 1-0 up.
If Japan do progress from the group, then Shinji Kagawa and co might well be the opposition for England in the round of 16.
Should the Three Lions finish top of Group G ahead of Belgium, and Japan finish runners up in Group H, then England and Japan will meet in the next round.
It’s definitely coming home.