Hertha Berlin manager Jos Luhukay produced a tactical masterstroke against Hanover 96, as substitute Ronny scored a stunning goal with his first touch.
The Brazilian strolled on in the 80th minute, and proceeded to take charge of a free-kcik with his side 1-0 down thanks to Christian Schulz’s opener.
But the game was destined to end as a draw, with Ronny producing a quite sublime set-piece a minute after his introduction.
It was certainly a strike that Christiano Ronaldo would have been proud of, flying over the wall and swinging into goalkeeper’s top right corner.
Luhukay didn’t seem particularly happy with what he’d just seen, but the Hertha boss must have been dancing on the inside after his change produced an instant reward in the Bundesliga.
Watch the incredible first-touch stunner at the top of this video...