Cristiano Ronaldo is a part of Real Madrid's legacy and will forever be remember as one of the great icons throughout the club's history. He netted 451 times in 438 competitive appearances for Los Blancos. A player of infinite possibilities, free-kicks were definitely one of his specialties. This particular one, scored in France against Olympique De Marseille in the UEFA Champions League, will hardly be forgotten.
Check out this incredible piece of trickery from Neymar, to fire the ball home past Alphonse Areola in the Villarreal goal back in 2015. The Brazilian netted twice on the afternoon, helping FC Barcelona to a 3-0 victory over El Submarino Amarillo at the Camp Nou in LaLiga.
Back in 2000-01, Guti scored a sublime goal in the 4-0 win over Villarreal at the Santiago Bernabéu. He went on to score a hat-trick in the game, a feat he managed to do twice in his Real Madrid career. For this sensational goal, Roberto Carlos sent in a cross from the left and Guti struck a perfectly timed scissor kick to send the ball over the visiting goalkeeper and into the net.
This 2006 goal from Jim Hamilton was voted as the best Scottish Premiership goal of the decade. Motherwell came away empty-handed from the game, but Hamilton’s goal was one to remember after he connected with a spectacular scissor kick from the edge of the area.
Winger Andrei Kanchelskis spent four years at Rangers after spells at Manchester United, Everton and Fiorentina. One of the highlights of his trophy-laden spells in the SPFL was this 1999 goal against Dunfermline. As the ball arrived on the far right-hand side of the box, Kanchelskis connected perfectly with a volley.
Centre-half Scott McKenna had only previously scored once for Aberdeen when the Dons faced Kilmarnock in January 2018. But he produced an unbelievable 40-yard finish to double his tally for the club. After taking a touch, McKenna let fly with a left-footed rocket which swerved into the net.
Steve Staunton only made six appearances during a loan spell at Crystal Palace, but he scored a fantastic goal in a 2000 encounter against Tranmere Rovers. The on-loan Liverpool defender spotted that Rovers keeper Joe Murphy was off his line and launched a shot from 50 yards out which crept under the crossbar.
Hulk netted 78 goals during his four seasons with Porto, but few were better than this. In a 2012 Stadium of Light encounter against Benfica, Hulk produced the spectacular to open the scoring. Cutting in from the right, the Brazilian let fly from an acute angle and it flew into the top corner.
Check out Leo Messi's incredible free-kick for FC Barcelona against Atlético Madrid back in 2012 at the Vicente Calderón. Goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois could only stand and watch as the ball nestled into the top corner of the net after Messi caught him off-guard.