An Analysis On Roberto Carlos's Freekick Goal Which Defies The Laws Of Physics

In 1997, on a game between France and Brazil, Roberto Carlos scored a goal on a freekick from an insane distance of 35 meters. With no good angle towards the post, he somehow managed to score the absolute curler which left the goalkeeper of the French side jaw-dropped. With absolute perfection on the angle, force and the contact point of the ball he scored the goal with a different law of physics which is called the Magnus Effect.