Watch: Tottenham’s Yves Bissouma bags spectacular solo assist for Mali

The latest exploits of Tottenham Hotspur star Yves Bissouma on the international front have piqued widespread attentions on Friday evening.

This comes after the midfielder was responsible for a moment of absolute magic.

Mali marked their return to action a short time ago, playing host to South Sudan in the country’s 6th and final Africa Cup of Nations qualifier.

Les Aigles ultimately marched on to a comfortable victory, thanking goals on the part of all of Ibrahima Kone, Kamory Doumbia (2) and Nene Dorgeles for an eventual 4-0 result.

As alluded to above, though, amid the action in Bamako, it was the aforementioned Bissouma who in fact stole the show.

This came owing to the most remarkable of assists.

After being introduced off the bench just beyond the hour mark, Tottenham’s midfield standout wasted little time in making his impact firmly felt, laying on Mali’s 4th and final goal of the night.

Bursting into the visitors’ penalty area, Bissouma danced beyond one defender, before grounding South Sudan’s no.1, rounding him courtesy of some gorgeous footwork, and squaring for Dorgeles to slot home.

Check out footage of the former Brighton man’s moment of individual brilliance below:

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Conor Laird

Conor Laird

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