Sunderland striker Fraizer Campbell came on for his England debut on Wednesday night at exactly the same time as he became a father.
Campbell, 24, came off the bench in the 80th minute of the 3-2 friendly defeat against Netherlands at Wembley, replacing Manchester United's Danny Welbeck.
However, the disappointment of suffering defeat on his England debut was quickly replaced by the joy of becoming a father.
"Delighted to earn my first international cap and the very same moment I became a dad to Isla Rose Campbell! #cloud9," he wrote on Twitter.
Campbell has had to adapt quickly to international football this season, having only recently returned to action for Sunderland after an 18-month layoff following a knee injury.
He made his comeback in late January and has scored two goals in five games for the Black Cats.