The Pope scored a stunning goal in the win over Blackpool.
Last month we reported how the Vatican Supremo had recently signed a luxurious 4 year deal with Manchester Citeh. Well he's just gone and scored a cracking goal against Blackpool, who were still rocking from beating Liverpool.
Standing within his own centre circle, the Pope received the ball from City flop Joleon Lescott. Aiming a well aimed kick from the halfway line, the Pope took a shot.
From 50 yards away, the ball hit a speed of 320 miles per hour as the Pope began to chant "The power of Christ compels you!" to the ball.
The result? Not only did the ball go in the back of the net, but also managed to part the Orange sea of supporters.
The Pope then continued to dominate the game, even setting up Carlos Tevez to wrap up the win. Earning a man of the match performance, the elderly religious Head Honcho smiled and gave us these words of advice.
"I think they should add another Commandment: thou shalt score past lowly teams".