Zlatan Ibrahimovic's four goal masterclass against England was rounded off with a stunning overhead kick from outside the area.
It's already being described as one of history's finest goals, so where would you place it in our countdown of the top ten overhead kicks ever scored?
Watch Zlatan's effort, below, followed by our top ten countdown and then let us know where you'd place his effort by leaving a comment at the end...
10) Mohammed Tchite: Anderlecht v FC Brussels, 2006
West Brom were rumoured to be interested in the Burundi born goal machine last month and we're not surprised when he can demonstrate technique like this in a fiercely contested local derby. The striker has scored over 70 career goals but none sweeter than this one.
9) Rodrigo Taddei: Roma v Cagliari, 2006
Almost identical to Rooney's strike against City but there's no chance of Lee Dixon labeling this one "a shinner" - Taddei is Brazlian, not Liverpudlian, after all.
8) Marcelo Balboa: Colorado Rapids v Columbus Crew, 2000
It may be hard to believe but wonder goals are scored in the MLS too - and not just by David Beckham. Known for audacity with his back to goal, this belter against Columbus Crew tops the lot.
7) Brian Howard: Barnsley v Cardiff, 2006
Barnsley fans haven't had too much to cheer about in recent years but were fortunate enough to witness a goal fit for the finest of Brazilians back in 2006. The Tykes were trailing 2-0 before Howard's first-half strike but not even he could inspire a fight back in the second period.
6) Ronaldinho: Barcelona v Vilarreal, 2006
The Brazilian master of skill later admitted this was a goal he had dreamt of scoring and arguably anyone else would have missed, even in their dreams. It may not have the distance of some goals but sits just outside the top five because of his technique and flexibility.
5) Eliran Atar: Bnei Yehuda v Maccabi Netania, 2009
Atar finished the campaign as the top scorer in the Israeli Premier League and despite being just 23, he'll do well to repeat this anytime in the next decade. The reaction from the bench says it all - unbelievable.
4) Manuel Negrete: UNAM Pumas v Puebla, 1985
Incredible control and technique, the Mexican's first three touches are even more impressive than the strike itself, in the dying stages of this play-off tie which ended in a penalty shoot-out vcitory for Negrete's UNAM Pumas side.
3) Trevor Sinclair: QPR v Barnsley, 1997
A goal fit to win any game, as they say, and it turns out this one did just that. It was such a stunning strike that many of the traveling Barnsley fans were on their feet joining in with the home crowd's celebrations - now that's something you don't see often at an English football match.
2) Mauro Bressan: Fiorentina v Barcelona, 1999
The Italian journeyman midfielder never represented his country and was rarely a first-team regular at Fiorentina, but goes down in history for the astonishing accuracy on this 25-yard strike. To top it all off it came in a Champions League tie against Barcelona.
1) Corporal Luis Fernandez: POWs v Nazis, 1944
Okay, so this wasn't a 'real' goal scored in a competitive match but when Corporal Luis Fernandez, a prisoner of war portrayed by Pele finds the back of the net, having been kicked around the park by German soldiers soldiers all afternoon, it would be rude not to acknowledge the importance of his moment of genius - if only for the magnitude of the occasion.
Where does Zlatan's effort rank among these? Let us know by leaving a comment below...