Is this the greatest assist ever made by a Highland League player?
It was a carefree flick which would have seemed more at home in a Sunday afternoon kickabout than a nervy promotion play-off.
With Cove Rangers leading the first leg of their pyramid play-off first leg against Spartans 2-0, a visiting defender looped a header away from the danger zone from an inviting cross.
Cove striker Jonny Smith let the ball drop and then flicked out the outside of his right boot, flummoxing his opponents and sending the ball back in towards the far post.
Captain Eric Watson read it perfectly and powered a header home to make it 3-0.
Not one to get too carried away, rather than wildly celebrate his outrageous piece of skill, Jonny instead calmly turns to the bench and asks for a substitution.
It turns out he only attempted the move because he was suffering from a groin injury and didn’t feel fit enough to take a touch and shot at goal. He was replaced shortly afterwards and Rangers added a fourth to put them firmly in the driving seat ahead of Tuesday’s return leg at Ainslie Park in Edinburgh.
We’re not sure if it’s quite a scorpion kick or more of an outside of the foot flick, but one thing’s for sure, it’s a sensational piece of skill.
Take a bow, Jonny!