Paul-Georges Ntep made himself famous, at least online, thanks to this cheeky trick in Ligue 1
The title was decided a while back as Paris Saint-Germain were declared champions, but there was still plenty of action to be had and a few things left to be decided on the final day in Ligue 1. One of the matches where little was up for grabs was between Reims and Rennes, two teams in the comfort of midtable. However, the match was worth watching as it turned out.
21-year-old striker Paul-Georges Ntep pulled a classic trick that has been done countless times up at the local pitch or on the playground during lunch break, but it's very rarely seen on a professional stage as, through on goal, he stopped and stooped down to head the ball home from close range.
For his part, Ntep has already started getting a bit of criticism for the stunt, but responded that football is "supposed to be fun" and that he'd achieved a lifelong dream in pulling off the manoeuvre with the world watching. That simply confirms, however, that he was definitely really annoying to play against as a kid...