- Rubin Kazan's Norik Avdalyan scored an incredible back-flip penalty during Under-21 match
- The 22-year-old's spot-kick left Unal goalie Yaroslav Hodzyur rooted on the spot
- Advalyan has previously scored from the spot with similar skills
Russian youngster Norik Avdalyan scored a stunning back-flip spot-kick during Rubin Kazan's Under-21 showdown against Ural at the weekend.
The 22-year-old strike from the spot sent social media buzzing after he ‘fooled’ goalkeeper Yaroslav Hodzyur with his fearless execution of the penalty-kick.
The midfielder, who only joined Rubin during the summer window, has already created a new identity for himself at his new employers.
Avdalyan has been receiving numerous applause for his perfect deliver of the act that left the opposition goalie stunned and dazed as the ball found his way into the top right corner.
The midfielder was totally excited as he celebrated with teammates
Interestingly, this is not the first time Avdalyan has executed a penalty with such mastery.
In 2017, Advalyan netted a similar spot-kick for Team NSFL, showing that the spot-kick goal was not by luck.
Reacting moments after the game, a fan posted: "Riyad Mahrez should watch and learn."
While another also fan also lashed out at the Manchester City midfielder who failed to score from the spot against Liverpool at Anfield over the weekend. "City could have done with him yesterday," the fan tweeted.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously had reported that French side Monaco have finally completed the signing of Chelsea target Aleksandr Golovin on a five-year deal from CSKA Moscow.
The 22-year-old had been linked with a move to Chelsea following his eye-catching performances at the World Cup.
And new manager Maurizio Sarri has stated his interest in adding some midfield quality to his squad.
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