In an interesting mix-up of kits during Belgium vs Russia Euro qualifier match on Saturday night, defender Dedryck Boyata played an entire first-half with Mitchy Batshuayi's shirt.
The defender, who started the match, came on with the Chelsea striker's shirt, and many fans were lest astounded as they took to their social media to make fun of the situation.
Boyata, however, got his shorts right, with the No4 printed on his left knee.
He emerged for the second half with the right kits on, with matching number 4 on his shirt and shorts with his name printed on the back.
In response, Batshuayi, who is known for his comical posts and responses on social media posted that the defender had 'realized his dream'.
He realized his dream 🙏🏾😂😂😂 https://t.co/Ui4M3Z6XDd— Michy Batshuayi (@mbatshuayi) November 16, 2019
Belgium, who had already qualified for next year's tournament won the match 4-1, with goals from Romelu Lukaku, Eden Hazard (brace) and his younger brother Thorgan Hazard.
Russia's goal was scored by Spartak Moscow defender Georgi Dzhikiya 10 minutes from time, but it was a comfortable night in Russia for Roberto Martinez’s side.