Apologies to German footballing folklore but it was a wonder. The new season started with a 3-0 win for the team. And after stalemate in the first half, the deadlock was broken by what for me was a wonder strike.
Nothing like a 25 metre screamer - sadly I can't kick the ball that hard but an off the ball run from just inside my own half to arrive undetected in the penalty area and sweep the ball in from about 10 metres out with the left foot past the keeper who didn't even have time to dive.
It was that incisive. What I liked about this was seeing the space in the penalty area, running into it and then calculating that as the pass came over I had to hit it first time.
It was a conjunction of beauties. I ran to the provider of the pass smiling: "Nice one, nice one." For indeed it was a nice one.
I then said to a teammate it was perhaps a bit lucky that it all came together.
But as I struck the ball I was relaxed "in the moment" - to cite Stephanie Rice.
After that the opponents seemed in a bit of disarray as they were in two minds about defending deep to stop a similar surge but of course they had to go forward to equalise.
The two later goals were products of their confusion.
One of their players complimented me on a "beau but" at the end of the match.
My goal turned the game but it's unlikely to turn my head.
But it did make me smile.