Portuguese attacker Ricardo Quaresma, formerly known as Ronaldo's double, scored an absolute beauty leaving Napoli's on-loan Liverpool keeper waving at thin-air and former Chelsea manager Rafa Benitez out of the Europa League
The 30-year-old Portuguese attacker is back enjoying his football in his home nation, bursting back on the scene after a few years in the wilderness.
Since signing for Porto on January 1st, he has managed to net five goals in 11 games, as well as one assist.
He has turned out to be a very shrewd signing by manager Luis Castro, after this wonder strike proved to be the difference for Porto in the Europa League. Of course, it came at the expense of on-loan Liverpool keeper Pepe Reina who didn't get anywhere near the ball and former Chelsea manager Rafa Benitez.
Obviously, the former Chelsea player has not got near to the level of the current Ballon d'Or winner, however, it's good to see the winger doing finally doing well for himself.