Mamelodi Sundowns captain Hlompho Kekana scored a brace to help his side beat Orlando Pirates 3-1 on Wednesday night, but it was his second goal that the entire South Africa will talk about for months to come.
The midfielder unleashed a thunderous strike from his own half, catching Bucs goalkeeper Wayne Sandilands off guard.
It was not for the first that Kekana had scored from the halfway mark, having found the back of the net in similar fashion over a year ago whilst on international duty with Bafana Bafana against Cameroon.
His goal against Cameroon was nominated for the 2016 Puskas Award, and Wednesday's strike could well earn him another Fifa nomination come next year.
Watch Kekana's outrageous strike against the Buccaneers below: