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Xherdan Shaqiri scores stunning goal for Switzerland at Euro 2016

Xherdan Shaqiri's stunning goal sent Switzerland vs. Poland to extra time.

Xherdan Shaqiri lit up Euro 2016 with an outrageous volleyed goal in Switzerland's round of 16 clash with Poland.

It was an incredible piece of athleticism, leaving fans around the world -- and on Twitter, naturally -- absolutely stunned.

Yes Gary, yes he could. And even Craig David was impressed ...

Goal of the tournament? This lot reckon so

A fellow Swiss sportsman showed his appreciation ...

And Stan's fellow countryman and rival had his say too ...

Spot on, Chris ...

Mark Hughes would definitely have been proud ...

Peter Crouch took the credit though

Admittedly the goal sparked a rather dull match into life. And not everyone was happy Shaqiri thumped one in.

Perhaps a new song to rival Will Grigg's on fire?

Marco van Basten scored a stunner in 1988 and this is quite the call ...

Dan, that's SHAKIRA!

Yep.

The Premier League's account was also buzzing with excitement.

It really was quite the finish.

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