Brothers Sveinn Aron and Andri Gudjohnsen combined for a late goal in Iceland's 4-0 World Cup qualifying Group J win over Liechtenstein on Monday to continue the family's rich goalscoring tradition in the island's national side.
Their father Eidur is the country's joint top scorer with 26 international goals. He came off the bench to replace his father Arnor, who netted 14 goals in 73 internationals, when making his debut in 1996 but the two never played together.
However, his sons got that chance on Monday as older brother Sveinn Aron (23) came on in the 65th minute with the score at 2-0 and the hosts added another with a second penalty for Albert Gudmundsson before Andri (19) joined the fray in the 80th.
Nine minutes later Sveinn teed Andri up to fire home the fourth and final goal of the game but, despite the result and the family's joy, Iceland remain second from bottom of the six-team group on eight points with two games left.
Russia defenders Igor Diveyev and Georgy Dzhikiya netted first half goals to secure a 2-1 win away to Slovenia and took the visitors top of Group H.
Diveyev opened the scoring with a header off a free-kick that flew past Slovenian goalkeeper Jan Oblak in the 28th minute. Four minutes later, Dzhikiya scored with an impressive left-footed bicycle kick to increase Russia's lead.
Slovenia quickly responded with a low strike by Josip Ilicic that beat goalkeeper Matvei Safonov in the 40th minute.
The win leaves Russia with 19 points from eight games, two points ahead of Croatia who drew 2-2 at home to Slovakia.
Russia and 2018 World Cup runners-up Croatia will earn at least a playoff spot because third-placed Slovakia and Slovenia in fourth are on 10 points with only two rounds of games left.
Turkey snatched a 2-1 win against Latvia as Burak Yilmaz scored from the penalty spot deep into injury time to revive their hopes of qualifying.
The victory left them four points behind Group G leaders the Netherlands and two points behind Norway with two matches left to play.
Memphis Depay continued his goal scoring spree for the Dutch as they thrashed Gibraltar 6-0 to stay on course for automatic qualification.
Depay scored twice, including one from the penalty spot while squandering another spot kick, to take his goal tally in the World Cup qualifiers to nine - more than any other player from a European team.
Virgil van Dijk opened the scoring with a header from a Depay corner after nine minutes and there were also second-half goals for Denzil Dumfries, Arnaut Danjuma and Donyell Malen.
Meanwhile Norway's Mohamed Elyounoussi struck twice while a heroic defensive effort ensured a 2-0 win over Montenegro.