Mesut Ozil scored arguably the most Mesut Ozil goal of his career last night, as he utterly embarrassed a goalkeeper and two Ludogarets defenders for a goal that caused every Arsenal fan to make a noise they've never made before.
The goal will most likely be a contender for the Puskas Award in January if it's not too late, as Ozil showed supreme poise and technique to perform what resembled a sort of German-Turkish ballet.
As great as the goal looked the way most saw it, the reverse slow-motion clip timed perfectly with each decision the player makes is so good it needs to be seen.
I only saw late last night. I applauded sitting alone. Sad but true! 👏🏻 https://t.co/Ci548oxF52
— Kevin Kilbane (@kdkilbane77) November 2, 2016
Wait for the fourth replay, and enjoy the other three while you're waiting.
The type of goal we're going to see in the Champions League coverage intros for years to come, the RTÉ montage makers are probably salivating at the prospect.
Well done that man, there are few who could pull it off with the style of Mesut Ozil.