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The Amsterdam outfit beat Midtjylland 3-1 in the Champions League, with 18-year-old wonderkid and FM favourite Gravenberch scoring the pick of the goals.
Fed by Dusan Tadic outside the box, he unleashed a stunning strike from 25 yards out that flew in.
But the finish was made even more enjoyable by the noise it made upon its entry to the goal. The sound of the ball being hit with such venom and then coming in off the crossbar and rippling the net was just wonderful.
If there's a positive to behind closed doors football with no fans, then this is definitely it.
I know behind-closed-doors football is terrible and everything, but that is the greatest combined sound of boot + ball + net I have ever heardpic.twitter.com/THc3rclj0n- Adam Hurrey (@FootballCliches) November 25, 2020
HOLYSH*T HOLYSH*T RYAN GRAVENBERCH WITH AN ABSOLUTE SCREAMER! DREAMGOLAZO! pic.twitter.com/EkzgxXYyfv- :gem: (@TheEuropeanLad) November 25, 2020
Gravenberch's strike was the perfect way to open his account in the Champions League and sees him become the third youngest Ajax goalscorer in the competition.
Those who love a good net noise will be well aware that Erling Haaland came up with a belter in February when he smashed in a screamer for Borussia Dortmund last season.
This angle of the Erling Braut Håland's goal is AMAZING!- Football on BT Sport (@btsportfootball) February 18, 2020
The sound when the ball hits the back of the net is so, so satisfying :ok_hand:
Watch 360° highlights and instant replays of EVERY goal on the BT Sport app :calling: pic.twitter.com/sA3Gcvibow
BT Sport released a different angle of his left-footed sledgehammer against Paris Saint-Germain at Signal Iduna Park and you get a glorious indication of how sweetly struck an effort it was.
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