In case you weren’t aware, Dominik Szoboszlai is a man who can strike a football better than most.
The RB Leipzig attacker only ever scores worldies – and that was the case yet again in Hungary’s latest Euro 2024 qualifier.
Szoboszlai, the country’s star man, lined up a free-kick from around 30 yards out in the 26th minute of play and then proceeded to deliver some absolute magic.
His knuckle-ball effort sailed into the top corner of the opposition’s net, giving us flashbacks of Cristiano Ronaldo’s famous goal against Portsmouth for Manchester United.
Free-kicks don’t get more aesthetically-pleasing than Szoboszlai’s against Bulgaria – and that’s why footage of the strike is going viral on social media.
Check it out in all of its glory…
Video: Szoboszlai’s free-kick for Hungary vs Bulgaria
Stop that, Dominik!
No goalkeeper in the world would have got anywhere near the Leipzig man’s spectacular effort, which put Hungary 2-0 up in the crucial qualifier.
The 22-year-old, who is already captain of his nation, has now scored seven goals on international duty – and if he bags a better one than the free-kick above, it’ll be something seriously special.
More to follow…
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