Dušan Tadić starred as Serbia romped to a 3-0 away victory over Moldova in their latest FIFA World Cup Qualifier on Thursday night.
Tadić, who started the game at Stadionul Zimbru and went on to complete the full 90 minutes, provided two first-half assists as the visitors established control, before scoring himself on the hour mark in the second-half.
After Filip Kostić had opened the scoring on 19 minutes, Branislav Ivanović met Tadić's corner to double their advantage going into the interval.
Not content with his night's work, the Saints midfielder then played a neat one-two with Aleksandar Katai before sweeping the ball past Ilja Cebanu in the Moldova net.
The result moved Serbia up to second place in the group behind Wales, and they are in action again on Sunday 9th October (7.45pm BST) when they host Austria.