MARCEL SABITZER netted a worldie of a free kick on Friday night.
The Manchester United loanee opened the scoring for Austria against Azerbaijan, but it was his second goal that caught the eye.
Sabitzer, 29, bent a beauty of a free-kick into the top corner from 25 yards out.
His second strike came after Michael Gregoritsch had added to Sabitzer’s opener.
The United man is currently on loan at Old Trafford from Bayern Munich.
There is no option to make the deal permanent, but United fans begged for the club to extend his stay past the end of the season after seeing the free kick.
One lauded: “Sabitzer with a banger free kick. Better than Ronaldo and Messi.”
Another gushed: “I’ve seen enough sign him permanently.”
A third added: “Nah get him on a permanent immediately.”
And a fourth joked: “We should buy him.”
Emin Mahmudov pulled one back for Azerbaijan, but Christoph Baumgartner netted five minutes later to restore Austria’s three goal lead.
Sabitzer even laid on the assist for that strike.
And the performance from the Austria skipper rounded off a good week for Sabitzer.
He scored his first goal for United in the 3-1 FA Cup quarter-final win over Fulham last weekend.