He might have found his role at the Etihad Stadium significantly diminished in recent times, but Manchester City full-back Alexsandar Kolarov proved his considerable worth in emphatic fashion by notching for his native Serbia in their World Cup qualifier against Wales last night. 

27-year-old Kolarov, who joined City from Serie A outfit Lazio in 2010, scored his country's second goal in the 38th minute at the Cardiff City Stadium with a vicious effort from outside the box that flew past the hapless Boaz Myhill and into his top left-hand corner. 

It proved to be a very comfortable evening for Serbia, with goals from Filip Djordjevic and Lazar Markovic either side of Kolarov's strike securing a 3-0 win over Chris Coleman's disappointing outfit. 

Serbia sit third in group A, six points adrift of fierce rivals Croatia and eleven behind leaders Belgium. Wales, meanwhile, who gave a  brief cameo appearance to Real Madrid star Gareth Bale last night, have slipped to the bottom of the table following Scotland's win over Macedonia

Watch footage of Kolarov's incredible strike above.

Thanks to 101 Great Goals for posting the video. 

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