By Danny Gallagher For Mailonline
Published: 09:19 GMT, 30 October 2020 | Updated: 09:49 GMT, 30 October 2020
It's just a week on from his European wonder strike but Keemar Roofe has already been rivaled by none other than former Wigan man Jordi Gomez.
Roofe set the Europa League alight after hitting a scorching effort from his own half in stoppage time to confirm a crucial 2-0 victory for Rangers in Belgium, and it seems the competition is now producing world-beating goals on a weekly basis.
As Cypriot side Omonia faced PSV Eindhoven on Thursday evening, Gomez sensed his opportunity in the 29th minute after a team-mate was fouled inside the centre circle and the referee immediately awarded a free-kick.
A foul in the centre circle saw ex-Wigan man Jordi Gomez try to audaciously go for goal
Gomez can be seen just behind the referee, between two PSV defenders, heading to the ball
The fouled player was still on the floor as the ball started rolling towards the path of Gomez
Using his experience, ex-Wigan star Gomez didn't think twice before stepping up briskly to the ball and hammering it from his own half straight up and over the head of an out-of-place goalkeeper.
Measurements have shown the midfielder was some 54 metres out when taking on