The Bahraini club’s goalscorer scored both goals in the 2-0 win over Safa, with his second reminiscent of the Chelsea defender’s efforts
Sayed Mohammad Adnan bagged a stunning free kick to help Al-Hidd to a 2-0 AFC Cup victory over Safa on Monday.
The forward had already opened the scoring seven minutes in but finished off the tie with 80 minutes played, rifling into the back of the net for his Bahraini club from around 40 yards.
It was a strike that wouldn't have looked out of place if David Luiz had been the goalscorer, with the Chelsea and Brazil defender renowned for his venomous free kick efforts.
Al-Hidd's victory over their Lebanese rivals leaves them second in Group C, sandwiched between Syria's Al-Wahda and Iraq's Al-Quwa Al-Jawiya.