Unsurprisingly, the in-form Raphinha replicated his sparkling form for Barcelona for Brazil by registering a brace in his side’s 4-1 win against Tunisia.
However, the silky winger stole the headlines by opening the scoring in the 11th minute in unreal fashion.
With former Real Madrid legend Casemiro playing a lobbed pass into the box, the ex-Leeds superstar took a couple of steps back before scoring a header with the back of his head past the goalkeeper.
Raphinha made the striker look deceptively easy, as facets such as judging the height of the ball, how it drops and executing the header at the very end would be a challenge for some of the best strikers in the world.
The tricky wideman’s biggest asset is taking defenders one versus one, which is why his intelligent movement and inch-perfect…