36 Lion product Moses Usor was the man on the lips of football lovers in Czech Republic at the weekend, Futbalgalore.com.ng reports.
The exciting playmaker hugged headlines with a beautiful display for high riding Slavia Praha on Sunday.
The teenager climbed off the bench to grab a brace as Slavia Prague destroyed FK Pardubice 7-1.
Moses Usor scored in the 79th and 89th minutes respectively.
Capable of performing in both central and attacking midfield, Usor is a technically exquisite player. He has the ability to vary the length of his passing, adjusting weight and pace almost effortlessly.
Usor is often the protagonist in offensive play and is instrumental in combination play in the attacking third of the pitch, combining the simplicity of his short passes with the complexity of his dribbling skills which help penetrate opponent’s defences.
Furthermore, he is a key link between midfield and attack, playing between the lines in the newly adopted 4-2-3-1 formation, he turns sustained and patient possession into goal scoring opportunities.