Dyldam Parramatta Eels winger Semi Radradra capped off the Blue and Gold's Round 15 win over the Rabbitohs with an incredible long-range try in the dying minutes at ANZ Stadium on Friday night.
The Eels fan favourite collected a looping pass from Rabbitoh Luke Keary in the 78th minute, and spotting space through the middle of the field set off cross-field from just outside the 10 metre line.
Travelling almost 90 metres downfield, Radradra didn't need to send a pass to his supporting runners Clint Gutherson and Bevan French, instead hanging onto the football for a spectacular solo try.
Halfback Corey Norman said even the Blue and Gold love watching what the powerful winger can produce with the ball in hand, while lock Tepai Moeroa was watching from deep in Eels territory.
"You just sit back and enjoy it," Norman said.
"He's such a good athlete, and that's just Semi."
"I think I was still back on the 10 [metre line] yelling out to Semi when he was running," Moeroa added.
Head Coach Brad Arthur summed it up neatly, deflecting all the praise onto his left winger.
"Semi's a freak," Arthur said.
"There's nothing you can do coaching-wise with Semi. He's gifted, and we're lucky."