John Guidetti scored an absolute screamer of a free kick for the Sweden under-21 side yesterday.
Celtic have experienced a tough start to life under new head coach Ronny Deila. They have not exactly been firing on all cylinders in the league and have been knocked out of the Champions League qualifiers, TWICE!
In response they have made moves in the transfer market to try and beef up the squad, and one signing has really caught the eye. Celtic have brought in John Guidetti on loan from Manchester City.
The talented striker has had a woeful time with illness and injury over the past two years. He suffered from a mystery virus that left his right leg paralysed, a problem that almost ended his playing career prematurely.
But before that he was a goal machine for Feyenoord. The striker smashed home an array of different goals for the club in the 2011-12 season, finishing with a total of 20 goals in 23 games.
But last night he was in action for the Swedish under-21 side, where once again he showed what he is capable of. He opened the scoring in a 3-0 win against Greece, his eighth goal in 13 appearances for the Sweden under-21s.
And it was one hell of a goal as well. A Cristiano Ronaldo-esque free-kick which he was obviously very pleased with.
Celtic fans will hope to see plenty of this from the 22-year-old Swede.