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Watch ex-Tottenham boss Pochettino score incredible hole-in-one playing footgolf while in Qatar for Fifa Club World Cup

MAURICIO POCHETTINO rolled back the years as he scored an incredible hole-in-one during a game of footgolf.

The former Tottenham boss has jetted to Qatar alongside right-hand man Jesus Perez for the Club World Cup.

And the Argentine ace is clearly making the most of his free time after being replaced by Jose Mourinho.

Pochettino soaked up the sunshine in the Middle East as he enjoyed a game of footgolf with his pals.

The 47-year-old, who played for Paris Saint-Germain and Bordeaux, proved he has not lost his touch.

He made it look easy as he curled the ball into the hole from over 40 yards with just one attempt.

After his hole-in-one, the manager leaped into the air and pulled out Cristiano Ronaldo's iconic celebration.

As he celebrated, he coolly said: "Without pressure I cannot play."

Perez, who was axed by Spurs at the time as Pochettino, shared the sensational video to his Twitter page.

After it went viral, one fan replied: "The man can do no wrong..."

One supporter said: "I miss him every day."

And another added: "He could be there trying to win the #fifaclubworldcup and he's actually there playing footgolf jobless."

Pochettino has made his way to Doha after he spent some time with old pal Diego Maradona in his homeland of Argentina.

The 47-year-old has been linked to a number of Europe's biggest clubs since his five year reign with Spurs came to an end.

But SunSport exclusively revealed he will not commit to Real Madrid - because he is waiting to see if Manchester City come calling next summer.

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