Sunday, April 2, 2017

Football star scores after kFootball star scores after kung-fu WONDER touch that will blow your mind AN ACROBATIC footballer performed a stunning goal assist that has to be seen to be believed.

 Australian side Western Sydney Wanderers – who play in the Australian version of the Premier League – went head-to-head against the Newcastle Jets at the Newcastle International Sports Centre today.

The side went 1-0 up after 40 minutes but it was a wonder goal assisted by Japanese midfielder Jumpei Kusukami that got fans talking.

In amazing video – available above – the Western Sydney Wanderers are given a free kick 50 yards away from goal.

A player whips the ball into the right hand side of the box to Kusukami who has two rival players chasing him.

As the ball rockets towards him, the midfielder then leaps in the air and acrobatically sidekicks it through the Jets players to team mate Jaushua Sotirio.

With bags of space around him, strike Sotirio then rockets the ball through the keeper into the back of the net.

The Newcastle Jets are languishing near the bottom of the table with 22 points – only a couple ahead of last place Central Coast Mariners.

Melbourne Victory are the current champions

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