Remember the name, Toni Caravaca.
Despite his diminutive stature, Caravaca managed to get enough power on the shot to beat the Real Madrid goalkeeper from range. It’s the placement of his free-kick, however, which is the most impressive aspect of the goal. Inch-perfect. (Scroll down this page to watch the goal).
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Caravaca’s 19th-minute free-kick saw Barcelona double their lead against their fierce rivals.
No further goals were scored and Barcelona’s youngsters subsequently secured the 2016 Mediterranean International Cup trophy.
Video: Toni Caravaca's free-kick
Caravaca also pulled off a brilliant mazy dribble down the left-hand side of the pitch, beating three Real Madrid players in the process. The lad looks a hugely promising talent.
Who knows, in a few years, we might see the Barcelona Alevin A star making his debut in Luis Enrique’s first team.
It's the real El Clasico next weekend
Enrique will be hoping to record a similar result when Real Madrid travel to the Camp Nou for the second Clasico of the season next weekend.
The Catalan giants, who are currently 10 points clear of third-placed Real Madrid at the top of La Liga, are the overwhelming favourites to win the Clasico.
Perhaps Lionel Messi will take some inspiration from Caravaca’s free-kick and try something similar against Zinedine Zidane’s side in six days time.
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