What's YouTube for if not watching ridiculous skills from obscure footballing divisions in nations you've never heard of, let alone visited?

Well, you've almost certainly heard of Indonesia (because it's one of the most populous countries in the world), but we've got a right cracker from the South East Asian country today.

The final goal in a 3-1 win for Sriwijaya over Arema ISL saw a pretty amazing rainbow flick in the build-up.

Liberian international Erick Weeks Lewis (great name) collected the loose ball over by the corner flag.

Confronted by two defenders, he looked trapped. But those Liberians are innovative manipulators of the round ball - remember George Weah?

So Weeks Lewis pulled off an outrageous flick between the two startled Arema defenders, crossed for a teammate, who sit up Rizki Lestaluhu for the team's third. Easy!

Check out the rainbow flick assist in the video below - and thanks to 101greatgoals.com for digging up the clip first...

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