Arsenal academy product Hal Robson-Kanu produced an unexpected moment of magic in the Euro 2016, with his phenomenal strike against Belgium, making it one of the goals of the tournament.
Wales were the major underdogs heading into their quarter-final clash against the highest ranked European team. But, Belgium were made to pay the price for their defensive frailties, as Ashley Williams, Hal Robson-Kanu and Sam Vokes all scored to give the Dragons a historic 3-1 victory.
The second goal by Robson-Kanu managed to stand out, as he produced a deft Cryuff turn to bamboozle three Belgium defenders before slotting it past a helpless Thibaut Courtois.
Check out the classy move in the video below.