Kylian Mbappe is used to the spectacular, but even by his own high standards, Friday’s second goal against the Netherlands was sensational.
The superstar striker guided France to victory at the Johan Cruyff arena with strikes either side of half time clinching an important European Championship qualifying win for the visitors.
Having already scored inside 10 minutes, Mbappe reserved a piece of long-range magic for his second goal of the evening.
The PSG forward exploited the space that Netherlands players casually handed him and decided to smash a bouncing effort towards goal after playing a quick one-two with Aurelien Tchouameni.
Mbappe executed his strike perfectly, giving Dutch goalkeeper Bart Verbruggen absolutely no chance of reaching the ball as he scrambled across his line helplessly.