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Lamela Scores Incredible Rabona Goal

Erik Lamela

It may have only been a Thursday night game against a relatively small Greek side in the Europa League, but people will be talking about this match for a while to come after an outrageous goal from Erik Lamela.

The Tottenham midfield man scored his side's second goal in a straightforward 5-1 win, but what a goal it was: a rabona strike with his wrong foot which absolutely blasted into the net. Rabonas have been seen before, but this is surely one of the all-time best executed.

The fun didn't stop there though as striker Harry Kane, having already netted a hat-trick, ended up in goal after Hugo Lloris was sent-off late on. With no substitutes left, he went in sticks and let in a comedically slow free-kick. Oh well, he still got to take the match ball home.

Watch Lamela's super strike and Kane's quality goalkeeping below.

(Image: Getty)

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