There are numerous ways to take a free-kick.
You can go for a precise curler, as David Beckham was famed for.
You can go for the 'knuckle-ball' technique, made famous by Cristiano Ronaldo and now copied by many others.
Or you can go for sheer power, the preferred technique of Roberto Carlos.
And Ludogorets' Rafael Forster decided to channel his inner Carlos on Thursday evening.
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Forster, who coincidentally is a centre-back who can also play left-back, decided to put everything into a 30-yard free-kick vs Ferencvaros.
The set-piece was so far out that the Hungarian side only decided to form a two-man wall. That turned out to be a big, big mistake.
Forster hit the ball as hard as he possibly could and he struck it perfectly.
His effort rose through the air and lasered past the hapless goalkeeper and into the top corner.
What a hit son. What a hit.
His manager looked in disbelief afterwards and you can't blame him at all.
Ludogorets had a man sent off three minutes later but they still went on to win the game comfortably.
Forster managed to score another in the second half to ensure his side won 3-0.
Ludogorets are now sitting pretty at the top of Group H. They have an impressive goal difference of +7 after smashing CSKA Moscow 4-0 in their first group game.News Now - Sport News