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Braga's Wenderson Galeno Produces Inexplicable 'Levitating Touch'

Braga's Wenderson Galeno Produces Inexplicable 'Levitating Touch'

Wenderson Galeno came up with a sublime piece of skill.

Josh Lawless

Josh Lawless

Braga forward Wenderson Galeno has gone viral after producing an outrageous piece of skill on Thursday.

The Brazilian scored twice and assisted another a 4-2 away win over AEK Athens as Braga secured passage to the Europa League round of 32 but he also came up with an inexplicably brilliant touch in the game.

Image: PA
Image: PA

When the ball was switched over to him on the left flank, the 23-year-old controlled the ball with his left foot while he was jumping in the air.

It genuinely looked like Galeno was levitating as he brought the ball down in incredibly satisfying fashion.

Previously linked with Reading, the former Porto man has five goals in 13 appearances in all competitions this term.

Brazilians, as we know, have a knack for producing unique and mindblowing first touches. In May 2019, FC Lyiv's Pedro Vitor invented a whole new way of controlling a football.

The Brazilian, playing in the Ukrainian Premier League play-off game against Oleksandria, received the ball on the wing when his midfielder sprayed the ball out to him.

But instead of taking the ball down normally, the 21-year old pulled off an insane acrobatic overhead kick first touch before darting down the wing and whipping a cross into the box.

Normal control is overrated...

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