Not enough can be said about this goal.
I mean, it's Peter Crouch, whose every movement just screams the opposite of grace.
He's proved it to us time and again, though, that he has great skill with his feet.
And yet, it still takes us all off guard when he does this.
In a battle with Man City that the Citizens needed in order to keep pressure on their cross-town rivals, the match started dull and lacking in the final thirds.
That is, until the ball was booted down-field by Stoke keeper Asmir Begovic, headed on by Crouch, and then headed back toward the Englishman by Jermaine Pennant.
Like a spider playing hacky-sack, the gangly giant booted the ball up to himself and then released a shot at the City goal.
England's number one keeper, Joe Hart, read it the entire way, but the strike just could not be denied.
It blasted past Hart's outstretched hand and into the side-netting, giving Stoke a shock lead.
The match may have ended a draw, but Crouch's strike is right up there for goal of the season.