This lad can really strike a ball. Harry Wilson has continued his excellent recent form, bagging a brace in the opening half of Derby County's game against Swansea City.
On loan from Liverpool, the Welsh winger has been instrumental in Derby's push for promotion under Frank Lampard this campaign. His brace today means he has now scored five goals in six games, and one of them was an absolute belter.
Receiving the ball 25 yards from the opposition goal, he unleashed an incredible first time strike on his left foot. The ball swerved in the air, leaving the goalkeeper with no chance as it nestled in the top corner. Sit back and enjoy this one.
That reverse angle is amazing.
As if things were not going well enough for Wilson, he would double his tally ten minutes later. This one was not quite as spectacular, but it was very smartly taken nonetheless.
Wilson is quickly becoming renowned for his ball striking abilities, scoring a number of spectacular goal so far this season. His incredible free kick against Manchester United in the EFL Cup was once which delighted Liverpool fans, and garnered international attention.
Ireland fans will also be familiar with his skills, having watched him score the winning goal when Wales met Ireland at the Aviva Stadium in October. He is quickly becoming a key contributor for Wales, with Ryan Giggs entrusting him with a place in the starting XI throughout the Uefa Nations League campaign.
Now 21-years old, Wilson will be hoping to make a first team breakthrough at Anfield in the near future. Liverpool have plenty of options up front, but Jürgen Klopp will surely stand up and take notice of his exploits for Derby this season.
He is definitely one to keep an eye on.