Getting nutmegged as a defender is bad, but turning around to see the man that just embarrassed you spank it into the bottom corner from 25 yards is even worse.
That's exactly what happened to Holland defender Stefan de Vrij in tonight's World Cup qualifier away to Estonia and the man that embarrassed him was midfielder Konstantin Vassiljev.
The Amker Perm star picked up a square ball from fellow midfielder Martin Vunk 30 yards out, he looked up to see De Vrij charging at him and responded very cheekily.
A flick of the foot and the Feyenoord got sold a nasty nutmeg before the Estonian skipped forward and buried a shot into the bottom corner past Swansea City goalkeeper Michel Vorm.
Vassiljev scored a second on the night and the home side were holding on for a famous win before Robin van Persie put away a 94th minute penalty.
It was a lovely piece of skill and a fantastic finish from Vassiljev, while De Vrij will be left red-faced - watch it above..