Socceroo keeper Maty Ryan goes into Australia’s friendly with World Champions Germany on Thursday morning (Australian time) basking in the afterglow of winning a second trophy this year.
On Monday morning Australian time the Asian Cup winner's side Club Brugge took out the Belgian Cup winning 2-1 over Anderlecht, sparking wild scenes with fans and players as they tweeted their joy at winning.
The Cup triumph sparked huge celebrations for the club who have had an amazing week.
The black and blue also qualified for the Europa League quarter-finals following their win in Turkey over Besiktas in recent days to top off a sensational week for the club.
Here's how Twitter saw our Socceroo hero's team's success in Belgium.
And adding to his joy, the recent Asian Cup winning keeper had his Mum arrive in Belgium for a surprise visit.
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