AC Milan star Alexis Saelemaekers rendered supporters speechless with an incredible piece of wizardry during their 1-0 win over Atletico Madrid in the Champions League.
The Belgian winger showed off the tremendous piece of trickery when the referee blew the half-time whistle and fans have been left shocked at the skill move.
Saelemaekers seems to flick the ball into the air with his right foot before performing an in-air elastico chop with his left all while turning 180 degrees.
And despite wowing fans on social media, AC Milan boss Stefano Pioli may not have been impressed with the 22-year-old.
Saelemaekers' super skill ended up hitting the Italian as he tried to make his way down the tunnel to deliver the half-time team talk.
But even if the AC Milan manager wasn't best pleased with his midfielder, Saelemaekers has acquired plenty of admirers, with supporters flocking to Twitter to post their amazement at the trick.
"I have watched this over 100 times and can’t work out how that is even possible," said one fan.
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"This is too quick for my brain to take in never mind my body to attempt," replied another.
One supporter simply stated: "What is this sorcery?"
While another joked: "ACL, achilles, hip flexors, patella, and ankle would all be gone if I attempted this."
Another said: "Don't think I have ever seen someone do this before."
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Despite losing their opening three European matches, Milan's Champions League dream is not yet over thanks to Junior Messias' 87th-minute winner.
The Rossoneri sits just a point behind Porto in Group B with one match remaining although they will have to achieve something no side had managed so far in order to qualify.
Milan must be table-topping Liverpool to reach the last 16.
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