Thomas Muller is still only 26, but he's already established himself as one of Bayern Munich's all-time greats.
Muller scored two goals to lead Bayern to a come-from-behind victory over promoted side Darmstadt on Saturday, and boy was his second one special.
Muller chest-trapped Arturo Vidal's cross with his back to goal before spectacularly bicycling the ball into the back of the net while falling to ground. Watch:
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What a goal! Thomas Muller gets on his bike to put Bayern up, 2-1. https://t.co/W0eQnc4LZZ— FOX Soccer (@FOXSoccer) February 20, 2016
The goal was Muller's 17th league goal of the season -- a career-high -- and 88th of his Bundesliga career, breaking a tie with Mehmet Scholl and Claudio Pizarro for seventh-most in club history. Muller's brace also saw him move within one goal of Dieter Hoeness for fourth place on Bayern's all-time scoring list for all competitions.
There'll be a lot more to come. Promise.