Hungary’s Dominik Szoboszlai executes a remarkable 30-yard free-kick with an incredible technique

RB Leipzig’s rising star, Dominik Szoboszlai, once again demonstrates his exceptional talent, scoring a magnificent free-kick for Hungary against Bulgaria.

Szoboszlai contributed to the first goal with his impressive dribbling skills, setting up Balint Vecsei for the finish. However, the 22-year-old took it to the next level by brilliantly doubling Hungary’s lead.

With a free-kick positioned about 30 yards from the goal, Szoboszlai, known for his prowess in set pieces, placed the ball and struck it with such an outrageous technique that it flew into the top corner, leaving the goalkeeper with no chance to save it.

The free-kick was an impeccable combination of strength and precision, with Szoboszlai executing an otherworldly technique.

As the captain and star player of his national team, the former Red Bull Salzburg midfielder continues to showcase his exceptional abilities.

Notably, Martin Adam added another goal for Marco Rossi’s team just before half-time during the Euro 2024 qualifier.

Fans were left in awe of Szoboszlai’s world-class effort, with many believing it deserves to win the prestigious Puskas Award – an ironic coincidence, considering the stadium where the goal was scored.

One wrote: “Szoboszlai’s free-kick technique is so aesthetically pleasing, man. He makes it look criminally effortless.”

A second analysed: “While many players will continue the gesture after the strike, Szoboszlai suddenly stops his feet just after the strike, to give control in his shot. What a rocket.”

A third was left in disbelief, writing: “I’ve genuinely never seen this Szoboszlai guy score a normal goal, they’re always screamers.”


A final user opined: “Szoboszlai’s ball striking is one of the finer things in life.”

Szoboszlai is the most expensive Hungarian player in history and you get the feeling that a big move is on the horizon for him.

Chelsea are said to be very keen on the attacking midfielder, who might just cost a pretty penny.

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