Piers Morgan is the latest high-profile name to hail Kemar Roofe's goal against Standard Liege yesterday evening.

The Rangers striker wowed the world of football in the Europa League with a simply stunning strike from inside his own half after dancing past three defenders. Thousands have now watched the strike countless times, including manager Steven Gerrard, who dubbed it the best hit he'd seen live in his career.

Now Morgan has joined the bandwagon, along with the likes of Gary Lineker, describing it on social media as: "This might be the greatest goal ever scored....."

Lineker previously said: "Good heavens," with two applause emojis.

Gers managed a terrific 2-0 win over Standard to get their Europa League campaign off to the perfect start.

Morgan has previously discussed Scottish football with his love for former Celtic defender and current Scotland cap Kieran Tierney.

The international plays for Morgan's beloved Arsenal and recently became the poster boy for their new bizarre retro kits in conjunction with Pharrell Williams.