This goal in the visually impaired football is the most extraordinary thing you’ll see today

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We’ve seen some contenders for FIFA’s Puskas Award recently – from bicycle kicks to goals scored by goalkeepers – but this goal has something a little extra.

Behzad Zadaliasghari is a visually impaired Iranian footballer, and this goal against Morocco at the Rio 2016 Paralympics has every right to be dubbed the finest of the year.

Zadaliasghari picks the ball up on the left, weaves inside one man, drags the ball past another before surging towards the goal, and scoring past the SIGHTED goalkeeper.

😱 ⚽️ 👏 Impressive goal on the #Football5 field at the #Rio2016 #Paralympics pic.twitter.com/oW7dadTlR0

— Rio 2016 (@Rio2016_en) September 12, 2016

We can’t quite work out how he did it.

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