Allesandro Del Piero is one of the office favourites at Balls.
He scored 290 goals in 705 appearances for Juventus over an incredible nineteen years. He won eight Serie A titles and a Champions League medal during that time. And he loved a sensational goal or two.
He's been retired for three years, but that has not stopped him from hitting abosulte belters in various charity games.
Last weekend, he was at it again. Guatemala City was the host of a 'friendship game' between Municipal and Antigua GFC, with Del Piero lining out for Municipal. Michel Salgado led the charge for the opposition, but not even the Galactico could stop the legendary striker.
After casually strolling into the Antigua half, Del Piero gets the ball at his feet, skins a defender and lashes one right into the top corner
The reverse angle is a sort of 'Del Piero' cam, and also shows the sheer amount of umbrellas waved around once the ball hits the net
Unsurprisingly, that was the winning goal for Municipal.
The World Cup winner with Italy recently featured in our best XI to have played at Tallaght Stadium (he scored a corker in the home leg for the Old Lady).
At the age of 42, he should not be able to still do that. Magnificent.