With Gareth Bale scoring an amazing free-kick on Wednesday night to guide Real Madrid onto a 4-1 victory against Galatasaray, we thought we would look to see what his greatest goals are.
The Welshman has always had a brilliant moment in him, may that be at Real Madrid or previously at Tottenham, but he began his career at Southampton, and scored a few special goals in his spell with the club.
As in 2006 The Welshman made a name for himself as being a talented set-piece taker, scoring a number of free-kicks against the likes of Hull City, Norwich and Derby County, all at the age of 17.
With his move to Tottenham, the 24-year-old grew into a better player and offered more to his game, and with Harry Redknapp as his manager, Bale got his chance against Inter Milan and real showed his worth scoring a hat-trick at the San Siro, considering Tottenham still lost the game.
The Wales international started to become a name known around the world, for his powerful pace, amazing skill and unbelievable goals.
As teams couldn't give the winger a second on the ball for he could either run past the full-back, or fire a shot into the top corner.
In 2013, Bale got his dream move to Real Madrid, a record signing and a chance to really prove himself on the world stage, playing with the likes of Ronaldo, Benzema and Xabi Alonso.
But Bale has settled well, collecting a few assists along with scoring a few good goals, most notably against Juventus and Sevilla.
But in this we will be looking at Bale's top five goals in his career, for he has had some brilliant moments, but which one is his greatest.