In case you didn’t know, Youri Tielemans is a seriously good footballer.
The Leicester City midfielder is up there with the classiest operators in the Premier League and it’s no surprise that he’s now a regular for the Belgium national team.
And one of Tielemans’ biggest strengths is his ability to shoot accurately from distance, which the 24-year-old displayed to the world on Sunday afternoon.
In the first half of Leicester’s Premier League fixture versus high-flying Brentford, the former AS Monaco man scored a stunning long-range goal to put the Foxes 1-0 up.
Tielemans struck the ball on the half volley from around 30 yards out and it absolutely flew past David Raya in the home side’s goal.
We won’t see many better goals in the Premier League this season…
Video: Tielemans’ stunner vs Brentford
What. A. Strike.
It’s probably not physically possible to make a better connection with a football than that.
That goal was Tielemans’ 20th in Leicester colours and his third in Premier League action this season.
Leicester went on to win the match versus Brentford 2-1 thanks to a second half goal from James Maddison.
Brendan Rodgers’ side have now won three on the bounce in all competitions and sit in the top half of the Premier League table.