Six minutes into the first half of Real Madrid’s 4-0 win over Osasuna, Cristiano Ronaldo smacked home a glorious strike into the far corner.
The Real Madrid opener took a slight deflection and was actually slightly offside at the start of the move.
So, seven minutes into the second half, Ronaldo took matters into his own hands and scored an even better goal with a stunner that gave Osasuna keeper Andrés Fernández no chance.
Ronaldo was withdrawn by Carlo Ancelotti on 62 minutes and looks set for the Champions League semi-final second leg against Bayern Munich on Tuesday.
In addition, Ronaldo is now level on 30 goals with Luis Suarez in the race for the European Golden Boot.