Origi's toepoke finish. I hope it wasn't a fluke, and that he knows the value of shooting out of rhythm.
As a (Sunday League) striker myself - and a big proponent of the toe poke - I can tell you that wasn't a fluke at all.
From a young age I (and pretty much everyone I've played with) was coached "NEVER KICK THE BALL WITH YOUR TOE AS YOU CAN'T CONTROL IT PROPERLY" (CAPS added because it was almost always shouted!). I never understood this at the time, mainly because I could toe punt the ball pretty much as accurately as I could kick with the instep, over a distance of say 15-20 yards or less, and not only that I could get at least as much power, with a fraction of the backlift. When executed properly, it is a nightmare for defenders and goalies to defend against (in fact I've had multiple goalies point out this exact point - the absence of a major backlift makes it much much harder for them to set themselves).
I would watch footy and see strikers around the globe scoring via a toe punt/poke and think to myself "well if there are that many pro players using the technique and scoring with it then it can't be ALL bad..." and ever since have been happily scoring with my toes! So when I saw Origi's goal, to me it didn't look "out of rhythm", but more "Synocpated" if you like
Personally speaking I love seeing that kind of finish, because it means the striker has had to go against the conventional wisdom and work out that the unorthodox technique is actually just as useful for scoring as what their coaches tell them. And as a striker that's what I love to see - pragmatism to score however you can!!