SI Staff
Saturday July 18th, 2015

On the day Carlos Tevez returned to the field with Boca Juniors, fellow forward Jonathan Calleri managed to steal the headlines.

Calleri scored on an audacious rabona attempt from inside the box to give Boca a 2-0 lead at La Bombonera on Saturday in Tevez's second debut for his hometown club after he rejoined from Juventus on Monday. The goal wound up being the game-winner, as Boca held on for a 2-1 victory.

Calleri had his initial shot blocked, but instead of taking the conventional rout for the rebound, he swung his right leg behind his left and connected for a looping rabona that left Quilmes defenders helpless. Calleri had all the time to set up and take a regular attempt, but the fact that he opted for the spectacular makes for one incredible highlight.

​It echoed the efforts of another Argentine back in October, when Tottenham's Erik Lamela unleashed this in the Europa League:

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