Remember when Nani hilariously denied Cristiano Ronaldo arguably the greatest goal of all time while playing for Portugal?
Well this is along those lines.
Andrej Kramaric, who Leicester fans may remember, is making a real career for himself in Germany with Hoffenheim.
But he might be making some temporary enemies after his antics against Bayer Leverkusen last night, namely with team-mate Ishak Belfodil.
Deep into the second half with Hoffenheim in control of the game at 3-1, Belfodil raced through and looked set to complete a memorable hat-trick.
The Algerian slid his shot past Leverkusen keeper Lukas Hradecky and it was destined for the bottom corner… before Kramaric intervened.
Instead of allowing his team-mate to complete his treble, Kramaric, probably with goal bonuses on his mind, opted to prod the ball home himself from right on the goal line.
I mean, it was definitely going in.
You could probably excuse him if the ball was inching towards the post, but there’s at least a yard of comfort zone.
Kramaric shamelessly took his tally to an impressive 19 goals for the season as a result.
Harry Kane would be proud.