Spanish third-tier player scores mind-boggling 30-yard bicycle kick

Less than five months into 2016 and it's safe to say this year's Puskas panel will have their hands full.

From this gem from Portugal's Primeira Liga to an utterly stupefying Roberto Carlos-esque free kick from the Malaysia Super League, we've been blessed with some divine strikes already this year. This bicycle kick courtesy of Spain's Segunda Division B is no exception.


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The stuff of dreams, and shades of Zlatan Ibrahimovic's famous goal for Sweden against England in 2012.

Much like Joe Hart for the Three Lions that day, CD Toledo's goalkeeper was helpless as it was 33-year-old Javi Gomez who delivered the truly majestic chilena to catapult promotion playoff hopefuls UD Socuéllamos above their counterparts on Sunday afternoon.

With 13 goals to his name already this season, this is surely the cream of the crop and dare we say, the best goal of his career. Let's face it: where does he go from here? Between latching onto a free kick from his side's defensive half to cushioning the ball onto his chest straight out of the air without so much as the slightest peek at goal, how do you top this?