DAVID BECKHAM eat your heart out.
This is the amazing moment a Brazilian footballer nutmegged his opponent before beating the goalkeeper from 70-yards.
Emerson Bacas was playing for Fast Clube against Iranduba in the Brazilian fourth tier when he pulled off a moment of magic.
When the ball came to Bacas midway inside his own half, he only required two touches before leaving the commentators stunned.
Footage shows Bacas' first touch going through the legs of his opponent.
Then in the blink of an eye on his right foot, the 26-year-old hammers a strike over the hapless keeper who had made his way to the edge of the area.
The stopper attempted to sprint back to keep it out but his efforts were futile as the ball bounced on the line before rippling the net.
The quality of the goal was summed up by the hilarious reaction from the commentators who celebrated as though they had scored it.
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English football fans will fondly remember similar strikes from Becks and Wayne Rooney during their careers.
Beckham famously scored from his own half against Wimbledon in 1996 while Rooney pulled it off numerous times for Man United, Everton and for DC United.
More recently Rangers ace Kemar Roofe broke a Europa League record when he scored a wondergoal from 54.6 yards against Standard Liege.
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