RB Leipzig gave Porto a 3-2 goosing in the Champions League last night, with all five goals coming in a blustering, action-packed first half.
Jean-Kevin Augustin was among the scorers for everybody’s favourite Rasen Ballsport team, but it was the French winger’s sublime footwork that really got everybody talking.
Indeed, Augustin managed to leave not one, but two Porto defenders on their derrieres early on when, having been knocked off balance, the 20-year-old quickly righted himself before dancing through a rapidly closing gap with an outrageous Zidane-esque roulette turn…
Stop it, Jean-Kévin Augustin, those two Porto defenders have families!
Outrageous piece of skill from the RB Leipzig attacker 😲 pic.twitter.com/3SPcy22FIP
— BT Sport Football (@btsportfootball) October 17, 2017
Counselling was immediately made available for the two Porto defenders in question, Felipe and Ivan Marcano, with the club later confirming that both are now safe at home with their families.
Without wishing to trigger any further trauma for the pair, Augustin’s fleet feet look even better with the tasteful application of slow motion…
Shame it only resulted in a corner, really.