All the given definitions fit, according to Wikipedia:
A bicycle kick, also known as an overhead kick or scissors kick, is a physical move in association football. It is achieved by throwing the body backward up into the air, making a shearing movement with the lower limbs to get one leg in front of the other in order to strike an airborne ball rearwards above head level, without resting on the ground.
The term "bicycle kick" describes the action of the legs while the body is in mid-air, resembling the pedalling of a bicycle. The manoeuvre is also called an "overhead kick", which refers to the ball being kicked above the head or a "scissors kick", reflecting the movement of two scissor blades coming together. Some authors differentiate the "scissors kick" as similar to a bicycle kick, but done sideways or at an angle; other authors consider them to be the same move.
From The Telegraph:
Zlatan Ibrahimovic claims bicycle kick against England is not the best goal he has ever scored.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic claimed that his extraordinary scissor-kick fourth goal wasn't even the best of the night as Sweden beat England 4-2 in an international friendly.
South African goalkeeper scores 96th-minute overhead kick