The screamers, chips and 'toe-pokes' that lit up Spain in 1982.
Polish goal machine Boniek boasted blistering pace, brain-bending dribbling skills and an eye for goal second to none - and he showed all three as he larruped in a hat-trick against a decent Belgian side.
The third strike was probably the pick of the bunch. Smolarek charges into the Belgian defence, lays off to Lato, then pulls the final defender aside with a dummy run, Boniek ghosts in from deep and rounds the keeper with a cheeky sidestep. Sublime.
The move begins with a harmless throw-in inside the Brazil half: 12 devastating seconds later, the ball is in the back of the Italian net.
Socrates receives the throw and picks out Zico with a laser-guided pass: he cuts inside his marker and flicks it back to Socrates. The rangy number eight rampages past two Italian defenders and hammers home at the near post. Impossible to defend.
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