Aiden McGeady christened a new Premier League season with an outstanding goal for Everton on Saturday.
The former Spartak Moscow player curled in an absolute beauty against Leicester City, beating seven Foxes players with a single swoosh of his leg.
There will be few better goals scored this season, but that was just a single moment in a 90-minute match, so what did the Everton faithful make of the player's overall showing?
The funny thing was, prior to that strike the 28-year-old had received a fair share of criticism for his performance. And yet his 20th-minute effort changed things in an instant.
His goal was swiftly wiped out by Leicester new boy Leonardo Ulloa, before Steven Naismith's left-footed shot put the visitors back in the lead. However a late strike from Chris Woods meant the spoils were shared.
McGeady was off the pitch by that point, replaced by Seamus Coleman with five minutes of normal-time to play. But despite the hit-and-miss nature of his performance, the majority of Everton fans whose opinion we found seemed to suggest the player was a good option for the season ahead.
We took to Twitter to see what fans made of McGeady's showing, and below you can read a selection of what we found:
Aiden McGeady looks absolutely tiny there. Hoping for a good game from him today up against Konchesky.— Royal Blue Mersey (@RBMersey) August 16, 2014
Just a question has aiden mcgeady got the ability to keep hold of the ball without loosing it— declan gillespie (@Declan1878) August 16, 2014
Aiden McGeady needs to do better when he gets into the final third in my opinion. Wasted a couple of good chances already! #efc— Simon Webster.. (@swebs47) August 16, 2014
... and that's Aiden McGeady for you! He's been poor thus far then comes up with that moment of magic - frustrates and excites!— GrandOldTeam.com (@grandoldteam) August 16, 2014
Roberto Martinez May want to take off Aiden McGeady. He's given the ball away cheaply twice. Looks tired.— Randip Janda (@RainCityBlog) August 16, 2014
Still work to do for McGeady, but shown glimpses today of what he can do. Definitely a good option for us, will cause teams problems.— Paul Knight (@paul_knight1878) August 16, 2014