This is the new, unique angle that highlights the sheer quality of Rabbi Matondo's goal during Rangers vs Celtic.

The Wales international unleashed a wicked strike deep into stoppage time to secure a point for the hosts at Ibrox as they came from behind twice against their arch-Glasgow rivals.

The Sky Sports cameras showed the beautiful curling effort from the gantry and behind the goal as the packed-out home support went wild for the winger's strike on 94 minutes.

However, now, Rangers themselves have shared a previously unseen view of the goal, which just shows the tremendous technique involved in bending the ball round Joe Hart and into the top corner.

The clip has emerged on the club's social media channels, with the tempo of the video slowed down to allow viewers to take in the intense drama.

They simply captioned the post on X: "A perfect hit from @rabbi_matondo."

And fans online were loving the content provided by the club.

One wrote: "Absolute perfection."

Another said: "A thing of sheer beauty."

A third added: "Don't let any of that mob kid you that wasn't a severe blow. Look at their reaction. Some strike Rabbi."

And another wrote: "Not a soul is saving that."

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The player himself admits he took inspiration from Kevin De Bruyne for the Manchester City star's strike against Crystal Palace the day prior.

“I ran over to him [Philippe Clement] after I scored because before the game we were speaking and he asked me if I saw Kevin De Bruyne’s goal yesterday,” he said.

“We work a lot in training and he works a lot with me on cutting in and getting shots off and keeping it low in the corners.

“So, I said to him, ‘Yeah, I did see Kevin De Bruyne’s goal’. But it wasn’t quite low in the corner the way he wants me to do it."