Roma striker Edin Dzeko hit a brace for Bosnia & Herzegovina last night, taking him into the top 10 European goalscorers of all time.
The 32-year-old took his tally to 55 goals in 97 caps, putting him 10th in terms of international goals for a European nation.
Dzeko is level with Robert Lewandowski of Poland and former Czech Republic striker Jan Koller, four behind Spain hero David Villa and Hungarian forward Imre Schlosser.
That puts him equal 10th, though Koller achieved his 55 goals in six fewer caps, while Lewandowski has three more.
Juventus striker Cristiano Ronaldo currently leads the way with 85 goals, one ahead of Hungarian legend Ferenc Puskas.
1) Cristiano Ronaldo [Portugal] – 85 goals 2) Ferenc Puskas [Hungary] – 84 3) Sandor Kocsis [Hungary] – 75 4) Miroslav Klose [Germany] – 71 5) Gerd Müller [Germany] – 68 6) Robbie Keane [Republic of Ireland] – 68 7) Zlatan Ibrahimovic [Sweden] – 62 8) = Imre Schlosser [Hungary], David Villa [Spain] – 59 10) = Jan Koller [Czech Republic], Edin Dzeko [Bosnia & Herzegovina], Robert Lewandowski [Poland] – 55