- Lamine Camara gave Metz the lead against Monaco with a stunning goal
- The 19-year-old beat the keeper with a strike from inside his own half
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Metz midfielder Lamine Camara scored a contender for goal of the season during Sunday’s clash with AS Monaco.
The 19-year-old spotted the keeper off his line and proceeded to channel his inner David Beckham with a sensational strike from inside his own half.
Monaco stopper Philipp Koh Metz could do nothing as he watched the ball sail over his head and into the net.
The goal came in just the fourth minute of the match, leaving the Monaco fans stunned.
The Ligue 1 leaders turned it around, however, with Aleksandr Golovin netting twice to seal a 2-1 victory.
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Lamine Camara celebrates after scoring a stunning goal against AS Monaco on Sunday
Camara’s incredible goal remained the talking point of the game and it was some way for the Senegalse to score his first goal for the club.
He signed for Metz back in February after developing his game in his native country.
Monaco’s win leaves them one point clear at the top of the table while Metz find themselves third from bottom.
Camara stunned the home crowd with a strike from inside his own half in the fourth minute