Wales player evades a defender with a fancy move, scores stunning goal

Wales took a 2-1 lead over Belgium at Euro 2016 on Friday thanks to a lovely goal from Hal Robson-Kanu.

Robson-Kanu plays for the Welsh National Team, and is a relative unknown, currently without a club team.

In the 55th minute, Robson-Kanu he pulled off a move called the “Cruyff Turn”, named after Dutch legend Johan Cruyff. Those who can pull one off in-game are regarded as especially skilled.

After making the turn, he then fired a rocket of a shot.

For a player who is currently without a club team (Reading dropped him at the end of this past season), Robson-Kanu looks pretty good.

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