Having seen domestic rivals Viktoria Plezen give Bayern Munich a game of it in the Champions League, Czech side Mlada Boleslav must have put hours in on the training ground working out how to upstage them.
Apart from a huge Skoda hoarding where we presume a new stand is being built – the underdogs came up with this bit of ‘double back-heel’ magic to take a fourth-minute lead on Saturday – and knock the swagger out of their more glamorous opponents.
Sadly, Martin Nespor’s back-heeled goal from Jan Stohanzl’s back-heel assist was the high-point of the game for Boleslav as a pissed-off Plezen came back to win 2-1.
A piece of Ronaldo-esque cheekiness or a little bit of luck?
You decide. All we know that if it was a Brazilian we’d be talking about it all night.
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