Kaiser Chief Player's Insane Skill Will Blow Your Mind
Many footballers have their own signature skill - we've got the 'Cruyff Turn', the 'Maradona', the 'Ronaldo chop' and Iniesta's 'La Croqueta' to name just a few.
But none of them compare to the mindblowing move busted out in Kaizer Chiefs' 2-0 win over AmaZulu FC over the weekend.
In stoppage time of his side's home victory, midfielder Hendrick 'Pule' Ekstein received the ball from his full-back as they closed in on their third win on the trot.
The 27-year old wasn't really under any pressure yet he produced the weirdest yet most brilliant skill you will ever seen in your lifetime.
You think he's just gonna to touch the ball and switch the play but he somehow does a 360 degree spin using his left foot and then feeds the ball back to the same player.
:joy::joy: The mathematics and science that went through this skill dribbled me. I don't know if it was intentional or not. pic.twitter.com/KL3sXjhIsO- Tshepho Mokwele (@Tshepho_Mokwele) September 22, 2018
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That Hendrick Eckstein twist needs to be preserved, conserved and trademarked :joy::joy: pic.twitter.com/rEwwIQ0YFe- Kokwele M. Phillix :flag_za: (@Matome_Kay) September 22, 2018
Never has anything been so pointless but yet so mindblowing at the same time. Even after several replays, I genuinely have no idea what he's done or how on earth he's pulled it off.
What's even more mad is that he looks as though he 100 per cent means it as well. We're not sure it has a name yet but surely it's only a matter before it's on FIFA 19? Do your thing, EA Sports.
This sort of strange show-boating is to be expected by anyone playing for Kaiser Chiefs, it seems. Back in February, their reserves were 4-2 winners over Platinum Stars and started doing all sorts of crazy shit as the ran down the clock - including dabbing on the ball.