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Chelsea fans will not believe what Gael Kakuta did vs PSG

Gael Kakuta made big headlines for Chelsea, although never in the way he would have hoped or intended.

The now 28-year-old joined Chelsea in a controversial transfer in 2009 at the age of 18.

His move from Lens was shrouded in controversy, with the Blues initially being handed a two-window transfer ban for allegedly inducing him into breaking his contract with Lens, only for the Court of Arbitration for Sport to overturn the ban.

Kakuta was a hot prospect and tipped for the top, winning Academy Scholar of the year and Academy player of the year at Stamford Bridge.

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However, a horror ankle injury set him back and while he went on to appear for the first team, he could never tie down a place in squad with plenty of big-name stars around him.

He had a number of loan spells before eventually leaving for Sevilla in 2015 at the end of his Chelsea contract.

Things did not exactly go to plan there either and after one season he moved to the Chinese Super League.

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He is now plying his trade back in France with Amiens, and he made an impression on the biggest club in France on Saturday – Paris Saint-Germain.

PSG are way out in front at the top of Ligue Un and had won 20, drawn 1 and lost 3 of their 24 games prior to Saturday’s encounter at Amiens.

What PSG will not have legislated for would have been a Kakuta masterclass. And nor would Chelsea fans.

Kakuta rolled a brilliant reverse ball into the channel for Serhou Guirassy to give Amiens a shock lead.

The best was yet to come, however.

Watch the goals here.

Then Kakuta doubled Amien’s advantage with a simply sensational strike, firing an unstoppable left-foot shot into the top corner of Keylor Navas’ net.

Fousseni Diabate then made it 3-0 in stunning circumstances. PSG pulled it back to 3-1 before half-time and the league leaders produced a stunning second half…

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