Luka Modrić's stunning dipping volley gives Croatia the lead against Turkey
Saying it's only day three, we've already been treated to some eye-catching Euro 2016 goals.
On Friday night it was Dimitri Payet's late winner; on Saturday it was Eric Dier's thumping free-kick against Russia. And on Sunday afternoon, Luke Modrić got in on the act.
Five minutes from half-time in Croatia's opener with Turkey at the Parc des Princes in Paris, the Real Madrid midfielder put his country ahead with a superb dipping volley.
Should the goalkeeper have done better? Yep. But let's not take anything away from the quality of the strike. Controlling a volley like that is far from easy. How many of us would have ballooned it into row z?
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Modrić was instantly mobbed by his teammates and an equally enthusiastic Croatian fan.