Antoine Griezmann, or Anto as he calls himself on Twitter like he was born and raised in Ballyfermot, established himself as one of the very best players around in the past year, earning himself a Ballon D'Or nomination as well as scooping the Euro 2016 player of the tournament award.
With 9 goals in 15 games so far this campaign it's clear that his goalscoring form has continued after the summer, but on Wednesday night we were all given a glimpse as to what really makes him stand out as a star.
With the score at 0-0 against PSV Eindhoven just after 17 minutes in, PSV found themselves with a golden opportunity on the break to take a lead that they could then try and defend for the remainder of the game, but a tackle out of nowhere turned what looked like a certain goal into a routine save for Atleti keeper Jan Oblak...
And it was by Antoine Griezmann.
After Yannick Carassco's outrageous skill ultimately came to nothing, Atletico were left short at the back and you can see Griezmann get the head down and sprint for his life to make the tackle. How many other of Europe's best attackers would you see doing this? Not many.
Wait for the reverse angle to see someone truly working their balls off for the team.
The touch made all the difference. Gaston Pereiro was clean through for PSV, but when a body came flying out of nowhere to make the challenge, he certainly wouldn't have expected it to be his opposing striker.
Incredible determination and team-work from Griezmann, these are the sort of things that most strikers wouldn't bother their arse doing, so we thought he deserved some love for it.
Jan Oblak was certainly very appreciative of his efforts, well done that man.