Zinedine Zidane is probably still responsible for the greatest goal in Champions League history.
His stunning volley in the final against Bayer Leverkusen in 2002 – with his weaker foot – is one of the competition’s most iconic moments.
And it proved to be the winner.
But Cristiano Ronaldo certainly gave Zidane a run for his money after a truly spellbinding overhead kick against Juventus on Tuesday night.
Everybody around the world has seen it – but another view won’t hurt:
But what some viewers may have missed was Zidane’s stunned reaction to his player’s moment of magic.
Sit back and enjoy:
The grasp of the head, the shake of the hand and the seemingly incomprehensible mutterings.
Zidane was a man left utterly bewildered by what he had witnessed.
It takes something pretty special to provoke that kind of response from a man of his pedigree.
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