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Thabo Qalinge's 360-Degree Step Over Is The Craziest Piece Of Showboating We've Ever Seen

Thabo Qalinge's 360-Degree Step Over Is The Craziest Piece Of Showboating We've Ever Seen

We need to talk about Thabo Qalinge's showboating.

He produced a 360-degree step over - yes, really - for Orlando Pirates in South Africa's top flight.

The midfielder pulled off the piece of skill in stoppage time with the Pirates having to settle for second place in the league.

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Wow. Just wow. Sure, fans enjoyed it but it's not a great look when you're about to lose out on another league title.

Needless to say, Qalinge's antics social media into overdrive. Here's some reaction from Twitter.

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He wasn't really under any pressure yet he produced the weirdest yet the most insane skill.

In fact, Kaizer Chiefs enjoy a team showboat, too. Their reserve side took the absolute p*ss against Platinum Stars reserves.

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During the game, Chiefs' team went full troll mode by doing trick after trick in a hilarious moment.

Never change, South African football. Never change.

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