Ghana star Mohammed Kudus scored a screamer in Ajax's match against Liverpool on Wednesday at Anfield.
The goal was celebrated not only by Ajax fans in the stadium and throughout the Netherlands, but also by students from the renowned Right to Dream Academy.
The Champions League match was shown on a giant screen at the Akosombo academy, and when Kudus scored, the students erupted in celebration.
Although Liverpool won 2-1, students were proud of their senior's wonder strike, which made him trend and was discussed in international media.
Kudus is a graduate of the well-known academy. He joined at the age of 12 and worked hard to earn a transfer to Nordsjaelland in 2018.
The 22-year-old impressed at the Danish club, prompting Ajax to sign him to a five-year contract for €9 million.
Kudus struggled with injuries in the previous two seasons, but he has started his third season with a bang, scoring goals for fun.
After being relegated to the bench in the early stages of the season, the midfielder has scored five goals in the last four games and has emerged as an undisputed starter.