A player who never made the grade at Wolverhampton Wanderers hit four goals in a game yesterday.
Duckens Nazon struck four times for Haiti in a 10-0 win over the Turks and Caicos Islands, who are the 206th-ranked team in the FIFA world rankings.
Impressively, the goals came within an 11-minute window in the first-half.
The game was Haiti’s second World Cup qualifying match, and they now sit top of their group with six points, 12 goals scored and none concended.
Nazon was making his 36th appearance for his country and interestingly, this was not his highest-scoring game.
He once got five against Sint Maarten in a CONCACAF NAtions League qualifier in 2018.
Many Wolves fans can perhaps be forgiven for not knowing who Nazon is.
The now 27-year-old left the club in 2018 without ever appearing for the first-team.
He had a couple of loan spells at Coventry City and Oldham Athletic, before sealing a transfer to Sint-Truidense, whom he is soon leaving when his contract expires.