The soccer community responds to a Brazilian player's bicycle kick.

Richarlison of Brazil scored a stunning goal against Serbia on Thursday in his FIFA World Cup debut.

The forward only needed one touch to control Vnicius Jnior's cross before unleashing a stunning bicycle kick.

The strike is certain to be remembered as one of the tournament's goals, even if the group stage is only one-third complete.

Richarlison's amazing athletic display was quickly praised by the crowd.

As the international break got underway, he was observed practising a related manoeuvre in practise.

Just a few minutes prior, the Tottenham attacker capitalised on a rebound effort with a quick reaction to score his first World Cup goal.

Richarlison seems to do better in his big tournament debuts. In September, he also scored twice in the second half of his first Champions League game.

Spurs' victory over Marseille on the way to winning the group was aided by such effort. Supporters of Brazil are undoubtedly hoping for the same in this competition.