Cristiano Ronaldo has not been at his brilliant best during Euro 2016, scoring only twice in five games and throwing the odd tantrum both with his team-mates on the pitch and the media off it.
But suddenly out of nowhere, the Portuguese striker got his mojo back and scored with a leaping bullet header five minutes after the break as Portugal ran out convincing 2-0 winners against Wales in Lyon.
It seems he delivered when it mattered when he dispatched Raphael Guerreiro's cross - it drawing him level with Michel Platini's record of nine goals at the finals of the European Championships.
And we can't forget that incredible jump:
I've never seen a player leap as high and fly as long as Ronaldo can. What a remarkable athlete.
-- Gary Lineker (@GaryLineker) July 6, 2016
-- Hijam Raju Singh (@hijamTOI) July 6, 2016
Look at the height of this jump
Exceptional Ronaldo? pic.twitter.com/WsShIEWpaK
-- hamoudi (@Hamud1997) July 6, 2016
Ronaldo's jump? Whoa. He was at least 2 heads taller than Chester there. Absolutely vicious.
-- Sam Borden (@SamBorden) July 6, 2016
Cristiano Ronaldo could probably jump over me in one go.
-- Kevin Beirne (@KevBeirne) July 6, 2016
Question. How is Ronaldo able to jump so high!?? It's mad! How does he do it ? What sort of magic does he use
-- The Special One (@swaynkaayyy) July 6, 2016
Ronaldo is now joint top goal scorer at Euro Championship history. (9)
-- Unibet (@unibet) July 6, 2016
Ronaldo does jump, he takes flight. It's madness
-- Will (@WilliamFarkins) July 6, 2016
Know You are too short if Ronaldo can jump 1 meter high than your height
-- It's Him?Muhammad (@imsalex9) July 6, 2016
-- Sam Bramz (@SamBramz) July 6, 2016
Here's the man in action.
-- ITV Football (@itvfootball) July 6, 2016