REAL MADRID star Takefusa Kubo nutmegged FOUR players to score a wonderful goal against Jamaica on Saturday.
Kubo, 20, was featuring for the Japan Olympic team, made up of mostly under-23s players.
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The winger opened the scoring in the first half, cutting in from the right flank to fire low into the goal.
Remarkably, the ball flew through the legs of three defenders and goalkeeper Dillion Barnes, who also plays for QPR.
The stunning strike sent Japan on their way to comfortable win.
Wataru Endo, Ayase Ueda and Ritsu Doan added a further three goals to see off the Reggae Boys in a comfortable 4-0 win.
But Kubo's brilliant effort is what the match will be remembered for, and should have impressed the Madrid hierachy.
Kubo signed for Los Blancos in 2019 but is yet to make a first-team appearance at the Bernabeu.
He joined Mallorca on loan for the 2019/20 season when he first signed for Madrid, scoring four goals in 35 La Liga games.
His form led to a bigger move last summer, joining Villereal on a temporary basis before making yet another loan switch to Getafe.
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Kubo scored just one goal this term in 31 games, although many of his appearances came from the substitute's bench.
However, five appearances in the Europa League for Villareal means he won a medal.
It is now up to new Madrid boss Carlo Ancelotti to decide whether to keep Kubo in and around the first team or loan him out for a fourth time.
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