Adelaide United star Al Hassan Toure has been breaking ankles and putting defenders on rollerskates as he continues to unleash his wizardry in the A-League.
His latest effort to bamboozle helpless defenders is attracting interest from around the world after he sent three Macarthur FC defenders to the shadow realm in the Reds’ 3-1 win at Coopers Stadium on Wednesday night.
There was one moment in the game when Toure, 20, dribbled into a roadblock of two defenders and had a third chasing behind him in hot pursuit.
Seconds later he left all three of them crying for their mums after a filthy series of step-overs and side-steps that had all three clutching at thin air before he danced through them in the middle of the field.
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Al Hassan Toure out here ending careers.
Al Hassan Toure sending the boys off to the shops ?#ALeague#AUFCpic.twitter.com/qM2qLAQgTT
Those players had families, Al Hassan.
The star prodigy, who was born in a Guinean refugee camp before moving to Australia when he was four-years-old, helped the Olyroos qualify for the Tokyo Olympics recently and appears a very real star of the future.
His incredible highlight was symbolic of Adelaide’s emphatic victory.
United were angry to head into half time with the scoreline at 1-1, having dominated the first half.
However, a penalty to Craig Goodwin and a late overturned goal to Ben Halloran gave Adelaide a 3-1 lead with 10 minutes to play.
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