Indeed, despite his side losing 5-4 on home turf to VfL Wolfsburg, 50 per cent of bundesliga.com users voted for the South Korean's hat-trick strike as the top goal of the weekend. After collecting the ball wide on the right, the 22-year-old dropped his shoulder and cut back inside, before powering an unstoppable effort with his left foot past Wolves' keeper Diego Benaglio's near post.
Another left-footed effort, this time from Arjen Robben, came second in the poll after garnering 18 per cent of votes. The Dutchman's jinking run infield tormented the Hamburger SV defence, before he unleashed a curling effort from well outside the box for the third goal in FC Bayern München's 8-0 victory. Coming in slightly behind Robben with 16 per cent of users' votes was Borussia Dortmund forward Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, who applied the calmest of finishes to Marco Reus' outstanding through-ball in his side's 4-2 home win over 1. FSV Mainz 05.
Bas Dost's silky flick past Leverkusen custodian Bernd Leno in Wolfsburg's late victory at the BayArena also impressed users and racked up nine per cent of the vote. The Dutchman's effort just pipped Elkin Soto's lobbed opener for Mainz at the Signal Iduna Park, which gained seven per cent.
Check out Matchday 21's top five goals courtesy of the Bundesliga's official YouTube channel: