Here is a goal you may not have seen before, but you'll be wanting to tune into Swedish football after watching this absolute belter from Northern Irish player Daryl Smylie for Jonkoping against Orgryte in the Swedish 'Superettan'.
Smylie, a former Newcastle trainee, found the ball dropping at his feet just behind the halfway line and proceeded to catch it perfectly on the half volley, sending the ball sailing 60 yards over the opposition 'keeper's head and into the net.
This was a truly unbelievable striker from Smylie, who has also had spells at Stockport County and Scottish side Livingston, before moving to Sweden in 2007 for a fresh start.
The former Northern Ireland u21 international has gone on to play for Ostersunds IF, Ljungskile and Kalmar FF before a loan move to Jonkoping was made permanent in 2012.
You have to wonder where this journeyman footballer learnt to strike a ball as well as this, as a goal of that calibre would be the envy of any player in world football.
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