Patrik Schick induced an unimaginable degree of curl in his shot as he caught Scotland goalkeeper David Marshall off his lines with a 50-yard strike from the halfway line.
The Bayer Leverkusen forward showed great vision to score his second goal of the match at Hampden Park when he struck it the first time from a long way out to put the Czech Republic 2-0 up in their Group D clash.
As much as one can admire the genuine brilliance of the 25-year-old’s effort, one has to question why was David Marshall that far off his line in the first place?
On the other hand, as much as we can blame the Derby County goalkeeper, who no doubt got caught with his pants down, a huge part of the blame should also go to Jack Hendry for his helpless kick straight at the Czech player for no apparent reason.
The distance on the hit is incredible, but that curve on it just makes it unbelievable. Check out Schick’s goal below –
The Schick goal was quality and looks even better from this angle. 🚀— MUHQ News (@MUHQNews) June 14, 2021
June 14, 2021
How do I explain to my kids that Patrik Schick scored from this shot😭#CZE | #EURO2020 pic.twitter.com/LUc2q0vWep— ChelseaFCBlogs (@ChelseaFCBlogs_) June 14, 2021
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