If there's one thing we have learned about Dimitri Payet over the past few years, it is that his goals are rarely boring.
From long-range rockets to curling free-kicks, there is not much that is beyond the Marseille star and France international in the final third of the pitch.
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He will not have scored many in his career, however, while actually facing away from goal.
That's what the 29-year-old managed against Lorient on Sunday, somehow hooking a bouncing ball over his head and beyond the goalkeeper amid a penalty area melee.
It put Marseille 2-0 up after 19 minutes in an eventual 4-1 victory, with Rolando, Florian Thauvin and Morgan Sanson also on the scoresheet for the visitors.