Mario Balotelli, a former Manchester City and Liverpool striker, is known for his spectacular goals, but a magnificent strike he struck while playing for Turkish team Adana Demirspor on Sunday might just be his finest - and most viral - yet.
The Italian striker has had a nomadic career, having played for clubs in his home Italy, England, and France before settling in Turkey last year, where he has scored 19 goals in 33 games.
None, though, have been nearly as spectacular as the one he scored in his team's 7-0 win over Goztepe on Sunday.
Balotelli made a mockery of the opposition defence by dribbling into the penalty area and performing at least seven stepovers - before demonstrating his agility and keen eye for goal with a 'rabona' blast that left the goalie helpless to prevent the ball from landing in his bottom right corner.
Even more incredible, it was one of Balotelli's FIVE strikes in the game.
The goal was a reminder of Balotelli's incredible skill throughout his career, which prompted Inter Milan, Man City, Liverpool, and AC Milan to want to incorporate his creative talents into their first teams.
The controversial Balotelli, on the other hand, could never seem to find a position that suited both him and the club he was playing for, especially after a string of controversial occurrences throughout his career.
Jose Mourinho famously called him "unmanageable," and he later made news for throwing darts at a youth squad player.
After scoring a goal for Manchester City in Italy, he displayed a placard that read 'Why always me?' in response to the media attention he was receiving.
But his latest spectacular strike serves as a reminder of the inborn abilities of one of the most famous footballers of this generation.
In response to the goal, BBC analyst and former player Gary Lineker commented "Filth," and his frequent social media sparring companion Piers Morgan agreed.
Morgan added, along with a stream of laughing emojis, "Got gotta love him."