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Hachim Mastour: The Moroccan Messi

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Forward Hachim Mastour has amazed a few people in the early stages of his career.

The AC Milan wonderkid who turned 15 last month has skill, pace and vision and has been compared with Lionel Messi.

Milan signed Mastour in July 2012 for a fee of £400,000, the deal was encouraged by CEO Adriano Galliani. 

On his debut for AC Milan under 15s Mastour scored a wonder goal giving the world a glimpse of what is to come. YouTube has exploded with videos of Hachim Mastour and many have been impressed with his talent at such a young age.

Mastour may not be ready for Serie A yet, but he is a very special player so don't be surprised to see him there in the coming seasons. 

"My main characteristics? Ball control and dribbling. I do things that other boys my age don't do," said Mastour when interviewed by Sky last year. 

The video above proves this is the case showing some unbelievable skill and extraordinary dribbling and finishing.

Enjoy! 

 

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