Brazil ran rampant in the first half on Thursday's World Cup Qualifying match against Bolivia in Natal, Brazil, scoring four goals to end the match early and guarantee a great victory.
And one Manchester City kid was involved in the first goal:
That's Gabriel Jesus getting an assist in Brazil's opener, but all the credit goes to Barcelona superstar Neymar, who robbed the ball from the Bolivia defender, muscled him off and then looked to combine with Jesus, who was very unselfish to give his teammate a tap-in.
Brazil are fun to watch again, and Gabriel Jesus is one of the reasons. Just two months until he joins City, guys. Just two months.