Manchester United Defender Aaron Wan-Bissaka Invents His Own Skill Against Bournemouth
Forget the 'Ronaldo chop', it's all about the 'Wan-Bissaka chop' these days.
The Manchester United right-back invented his own unique trick during the game against Bournemouth at Old Trafford this afternoon and fans were very confused as to what on earth Wan-Bissaka had just done.
Bruno Fernandes played the ball to him down the right and after racing up the flank to receive it, Wan-Bissaka produced a bit of skill we've never seen before when he checked back inside and returned the ball to Fernandes.
It's so ridiculous that you genuinely cannot stop watching.
The former Crystal Palace man is widely deemed to be one of the best one-vs-one defenders in the league and has an innate tackling ability, but clearly his attacking qualities are still very much a work in progress.
Wan-Bissaka would have easily won the most comical moment of the game award it it wasn't for his teammate Harry Maguire being ruined by Junior Stanislas for the opening goal.
The ex West Ham and Burnley winger ended the United skipper's career with a glorious nutmeg straight out of FIFA street before finishing emphatically past David De Gea.
United weren't behind for too long, however, as Mason Greenwood levelled matters with his 14th goal of the season.
Marcus Rashford put away his first goal since the restart after Adam Smith blatantly handled the ball in the box to give United a 17th penalty this season, before Anthony Martial curled in a superb strike to make it 3-1 going into half-time.
In a crazy start to the second half, former United youngster Josh King made it 3-2 from the spot after Eric Bailly was penalised for handball, before Greenwood added a second with an excellent right-footed strike.
Fernandes then continued his fine start to life as a United player by scoring a superb free-kick that made the score 5-2.