WELL THAT'S something you don't see everyday.
A good old fashioned thumping header is underrated by many, because it is extremely difficult to do, and may not look too pretty when it goes on right off the forehead of a striker.
But you would have to be a crazy person not to appreciate this moment of brilliance from Glentoran striker Ruaidhri Donnelly over the weekend.
In a game against Dungannon Swifts in the NIFL, Donnelly had already put his side ahead, but it was what he did on the half hour mark that will be remembered for years to come.
The opposition keeper came way off his line to clear the ball, but it only made it as far as Donnelly, who was around 40 yards out from goal.
He headed it goalward, and somehow, it managed to bounce in.
And as if the goal isn't bizarre enough, it was scored past the former Manchester United goalkeeper Roy Carroll, who is still knocking about the age of 43.
Fair play to him.
— Glentoran FC (@Glentoran) April 11, 2021
That is some wonderful commentary on display too, for what it's worth.
Donnelly had quite a modest response to scoring what is certainly one of the goals of the season, simply tweeting the words "hammer head".
Hammer Head https://t.co/c5Fhqiv180
— Rory Donnelly (@rorydonnelly92) April 11, 2021