Former Manchester United midfielder Shinji Kagawa has shot into the headlines again after his brilliant goal against PSG.
The now 34-year-old was signed by Sir Alex Ferguson in 2012 for a fee reported to be £13.7million.
The Japanese international made 57 appearances in his time at United, scoring six goals and adding on 10 assists as well.
He would later be sold back to Borussia Dortmund for £6.8m just two years later under Louis van Gaal.
He was a player who would likely have been a favourite under Erik ten Hag and was unlucky to have had David Moyes as a boss in his second season at the club.
However despite his age, the latest performance of his has shown he still has it, with a wonderful goal.
Kagawa scores against PSG
Kagawa currently plays for Cerezo Osaka in the J1 League which is Japan’s premier division.
He is the captain for his current side and led them out on Friday against PSG for a pre-season.
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The game ended in a 3-2 win for the Japanese side, with Kagawa stealing the headlines late on with a sublime winning goal which left Gianluigi Donnarumma hopeless.
As PSG tried to play out from the back, the Osaka high press caught them out, with the ball being won back and laid off the Kagawa at the edge of the box.
Here he lined up his shot before curling it into the top corner past the PSG keeper.
A brilliant way to win the game as he rolled back the years.
His career to date
Despite failing at Old Trafford, Kagawa has had a special career with his best period being his two spells at Dortmund.
In 216 games for the German side, he scored 60 and assisted 55, wonderful output from a player Wayne Rooney heralded as a “talented player” as reported by the Mirror.
He has also now made 152 appearances for Osaka scoring 59 goals in this time, along with 17 assists.
For his country, Kagawa is a legend, racking up 97-caps with 31 goals in this time as well.