17-year-old Argentine recreates Sinclair magic with stunning bicycle kick
00:07 GMT, 19 April 2013
00:51 GMT, 19 April 2013
As the most difficult art to master, and the most spectacular to witness, the overhead kick is a part of the game which can brings gasps of delight or sniggers of derision.
So when an Argentinian 17-year-old can pull this off in an international against bitter rivals Uruguay there must be something special about him.
Sebastian Driussi opened the scoring for Argentina under 17s in their 3-3 draw with a goal everyone present will remember.
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Control: Driussi picks the ball up on his chest after a deep cross…
Unbelievable: He then acrobatically connects with the ball as defenders stand off him
Over the top: His shot then beats the keeper, who is left with absolutely no chance
The forward plays for River Plate, but brought back memories of Trevor Sinclair's wonder strike for QPR against Barnsley in the FA Cup.
Both goals were from outside the box, with Sinclair taking his first time from the cross, while Driussi controlled the ball and held off a defender before smashing it into the net over the keeper.
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What a strike! Trevor Sinclair's stunning overhead kick against Barnsley in the 1997 FA Cup
VIDEO Sebastian Driussi recreates Trevor Sinclair's overhead kick
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