Fatos Beqiraj nutmegs four players in four seconds during Maccabi Netanya v Hapoel Be'er Sheva

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The chances are that you've never heard of Fatos Beqiraj.

The Montenegrin  has been able to make a decent career as a footballer across Europe.

Beqiraj played regularly in the Russian Premier League for Dynamo Moscow between 2016 and 2018.

He managed 60 appearances and scored 13 goals in his three seasons with the club.

His time in Russia came to an end last year as he left for Belgian outfit Mechelen, after an unsuccessful spell, found himself in the Israeli Premier League with Maccabi Netanya shortly after.

It has so far been an uneventful spell for the Israeli club.

He has scored five times in 16 games as Maccabi Netanya sit in mid-table in the league.

But, while Beqiraj is not a house-hold name, the Montenegrin has hit the headlines for a quite ridiculous bit of skill in a recent match against Hapoel Be'er-Sheva.

Fatos Beqiraj tussles with Leighton Baines during England v Montenegro in 2013

It's usually satisfying to watch someone be nutmegged during a match.

But what if someone nutmegged four players in the space of four seconds?

That is exactly what Beqiraj did in the match against Hapoel Be'er-Sheva on Saturday.

You can watch his moment of magic below:

That is just sensational stuff. To nutmeg one player is impressive, but to pull off four nutmegs in four seconds is bordering on ridiculous.

It's just a shame that his teammate took the ball from him to end his run.

Beqiraj, who has picked up 59 caps for his country, is little known outside of Eastern Europe.

But his moment of magic meant he went viral, with 8,000 people retweeting the video that was posted by @Troll__Footbal.

The game eventually finished 1-1, with Maccabi Netanya currently occupying sixth place.

While they are only two points behind second placed Hapoel Hadera, the race for the Israeli Premier League title looks over with Maccabi Tel Aviv currently unbeaten and enjoying a 21-point gap over the chasing pack.

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