A Euro 2020 cameraman ensured he kept his eyes on the action by heading the ball back into play without dropping his equipment.
The television operator was tasked with screening Spain's 5-0 demolition of Slovakia for UEFA's feed across the continent.
And the cameraman gained plenty of plaudits for fans for his skilful way he allowed the match to continue without jeopardising the action.
As the ball was lofted out of play the man in charge of filming managed to head it towards Peter Pekarik whilst walking backwards.
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His efforts didn't go amiss from supporters watching at home, as one tweeted: "Class from the camerman."
Another said: "Cameraman got skills."
A third added: "Slovakia should use the cameraman on the pitch."
Unfortunately for the man recording, his header was not the most noteworthy event to occur during Spain's win.
SunSport previously reported that Martin Dubravka conceded the most bizarre own-goal of Euro 2020 to hand Spain the lead.
The Newcastle keeper went from hero to villain for his country after he had expertly saved an earlier penalty from Alvaro Morata.
His own-goal became the SEVENTH of this summer's tournament already – as many scored at Euro 2000, '04 , '08 , '12, and 2016 combined.
But shockingly Juraj Kucka then put the ball in his own net as well with Spain's attack running riot in between the two strikes.
Aymeric Laporte bagged his first for his new country while Pablo Sarabia and Ferran Torres both got themselves on the scoresheet as well.
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