Erling Haaland left his teammates in disbelief during a training session with Norway.
Last summer, Haaland left Borussia Dortmund to join Manchester City in a deal worth a reported £51 million.
Since then, he has been in scintillating form as he has scored 52 goals in 53 appearances across all competitions for City.
During the latest international break, Haaland left his Norway teammates in shock after hitting one of the sweetest strikes you will ever see. You can watch the footage below.
As the ball arrowed into the back of the net, Haaland’s teammates were left gasping over the 22-year-old’s brilliant effort.
However, Haaland was left disappointed last time out as Norway were shocked by Scotland towards the end of their Euro 2024 qualifying clash.
After scoring from the spot in the 61st minute to make it 1-0, Haaland was taken off by the Norway manager.
Goals from Lyndon Dykes and Kenny McLean in the 87th and 89th minute meant Scotland came away 2-1 winners in Oslo, leaving the home crowd in shock.
Norway will now have the chance to make things right when they take on Cyprus on Tuesday night.
However, Norway captain Martin Odegaard has admitted it would be difficult for his country to qualify for next year’s tournament.
After the defeat by Scotland, Odegaard said: “It’s looking very difficult now at the moment, we have to be honest with ourselves.
“But, the only thing we can do is stick together and fight together, we have a new game on Tuesday and we have to be ready and win that game and take it from there. But it looks difficult now.”
The Arsenal man also said Scotland didn’t play that well, Odegaard added: “To be honest, I didn’t think they played a great game.
“It’s hard to sum up, to be honest. We didn’t play a great game but I thought we controlled everything defensively without the ball, they didn’t create anything.”