Everton’s club record signing Gylfi Sigurðsson scored an outrageous long-range goal on his full debut on Thursday evening.
Everton was contesting the second leg of its Europa League play-off against Croatian side Hajduk Split.
Ronald Koeman’s side was trailing the second leg by a 1-0 score in the 42nd minute but then Sigurðsson, a £45 million ($57 million) signing from Swansea City, stepped up with an insane shot.
The Icelandic attacking midfielder spotted Hajduk goalkeeper Dante Stipica off of his line and launched a 50-yard volley into the net.
You can watch the wonder goal here:
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Everton beat Hajduk 3-1 on aggregate and now progress to the Europa League group stage. The draw will be announced on Friday.