The UEFA Champions League has produced some epic strikes down the years.
Among those, there's been no shortage of long-range thunderbolts, strikes blasted into the net by the finest players in Europe.
It's a domain in which Cristiano Ronaldo has thrived during his time in the competition. Both for Manchester United and Real Madrid, the Portuguese has beaten goalkeepers from truly absurd distances.
None, though, were better than his extraordinary long-range bullet for United against Porto in 2009, when Ronaldo beat Porto goalkeeper Helton from 40 yards.
But was that better than Zlatan Ibrahimovic's stunner against Anderlecht in 2013?
Then at Paris Saint-Germain, the Swede pulled the trigger with a first-time hit from 30 yards to score one of four goals on the night.
Now it's your turn to decide which was better.
As we've done throughout the group stage of this season's Champions League with other classic strikes, Goal put Ronaldo and Zlatan's goals to some keen observers, asking them to debate which was their Goal of the Week, brought to you by Nissan.
So this time, Cheeky Sport Joel and Cheeky Sport Dave got together ahead of Matchday 6 to thrash out who holds the long-range supremacy in the Champions League. Catch their debate in the video above.
Who gets your vote?