Thibaut Courtois made his 50th appearance for Belgium as the Red Devils continue their World Cup quest away to Greece on Sunday.
The Chelsea goalkeeper became the youngest shot-stopper to represent Belgium when he made his debut at the age of 19 back in November 2011.
And since then he has raced to his half-century in less than six years, with the landmark coming in Athens' Georgios Karaiskakis Stadium.
Courtois himself marked the occasion on Twitter with a message to his followers stating his hopes for Belgium to make Russia 2018.
Hope to win my 50 th game today and qualify for the World Cup! 🇧🇪 pic.twitter.com/NRJx2Bry1P— Thibaut Courtois (@thibautcourtois) 3 de septiembre de 2017
In his 49 previous appearances, the ex-Atletico Madrid star conceded just 34 goals, keeping a total of 25 clean sheets.
He was ever-present for his nation in the 2014 World Cup, where they were knocked out in the quarter-finals at the hands of Argentina, and at Euro 2016, where the Red Devils' quest for glory ended at the same stage, this time going down to Wales.