Rudy by name, rude by nature for the way he threw Northern Ireland's gameplan out the window after just 80 seconds.
Bayern Munich midfielder Sebastian Rudy scored his first international goal and made it one to remember on Thursday night at Windsor Park, as he connected with a half-volley from 30 yards out about as sweetly as was humanly possible.
Michael O'Neill would have hoped that his side would be able to stifle the Germans as they did at Euro 2016 when the top two sides in Group C, but instead they were a goal down before the game even started.
As the ball was played back to Rudy having been cleared from a cross, he hit an absolute thunderbastard that flew into the top corner like a missile.
Good grief, what a hit that is.
Rudy joined Bayern in the summer after a number of consistently impressive seasons for Hoffenheim but is better known for his defensive midfield play rather than bursting the stitching on a ball destined for the top corner.
Still, that was a rocket, so take a bow Sebastian Rudy.