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Watch The European Championship Goal The World Is Talking About

Patrik Schick of the Czech Republic took his shot — an incredibly long one — in a victory over Scotland.

Patrik Schick made a long shot look stunningly easy in soccer’s European Championship on Monday.

The Czech Republic striker fielded a ricochet and launched a bending ball from just beyond midfield into the goal as shocked Scotland goaltender David Marshall sprawled into the netting.

Schick scored both goals in the Czechs’ 2-0 victory, but his second is what had the world talking.

The estimated 50-yard boot was the longest goal at the European Championships since 1980, CNN reported.

It was not a good look for the Scottish keeper, who was playing before a friendly home crowd in Glasgow:

 

Scotland's goalkeeper, David Marshall, crashes into the back of the net after Patrik Schick's shocking goal.
Scotland's goalkeeper, David Marshall, crashes into the back of the net after Patrik Schick's shocking goal.

Twitter users called the goal “sensational,” “phenomenal” and “unbelievable.”