As players and countries continue to gear up for the World Cup, at least our boys in blue are kind enough to entertain us with some well taken goals.
Here's Romelu Lukaku, for example, fresh off his hat-trick against soccering superpower Luxembourg.
Oh. Well. That's not too shabby, I suppose. So, how about them apples, Zlatan?
It got better for Belgium from there, as Eden Hazard decided to wake up from his slumber and produce another one of his classic finishes after fooling a few defenders.
Let's see more of that next season, please, Mr. Eddie. (It would be so much easier, too, if Premier League defenders decided to give as few [fun]'s as the Swedish defenders did there.)
We move on to one André Schürrle, who always seems to enjoy his time in the Nationalmannschaft.
That's the fifth goal in the 23-year-old's last six matches for Germany. That's a ridiculous level of production from someone who's not even a starter.
Lastly, since he's still technically a Chelsea player, here's Samuel Eto'o with Cameroon's first in the 2-2 draw with Germany.
Special shout-out to the old man celebration. Though I feel that's a bit played out already.
In any case, congrats to all the scorers. May you save some for Chelsea come August as well.
BONUS GOAL (from Saturday): Branislav Ivanovic scores via a deflection. You will not be surprised to know that it was a header from a corner. It's the first goal in this highlight video: