German amateur match highlighted by physics-defying wonder goal

There's a good chance you may have missed it, but Rot Weiss Wilhelmsburg beat Inter Eidelstedt 3-1 down in the regional levels of German football last weekend.

However. there was nothing remotely amateur about Wilhelmsburg's third and final goal of the match.

Indeed, Baris Kilic capped things off with a sublime free kick that seemed to quite literally bend the laws of physics.

Kilic managed to apply an outstanding amount of curve and dip as his set-piece bent out beyond the far post before swerving back inside the upright.

It was truly a goal special enough to ice any footballing cake, even a sixth-tier Hamburg derby.