What can one say about PSG’s flying full-back, Serge Aurier? He constantly defies explanation.
In his latest newsworthy act, the Ivory Coast international saved the life of Mali forward Moussa Doumbia in a World Cup qualifier.
Aurier acted quickly and decisively to prevent Doumbia swallowing his tongue after being knocked unconscious in a collision with Lamine Kone. Recognising the danger, Aurier put Doumbia on his side, before yanking his tongue.
But, not content with leaving the pitch a hero, Aurier controversially made a cut-throat gesture when celebrating his team’s third goal.
It’s behaviour to make even Aurier-watchers aghast.
Video credit: The Mirror
The Ivorian has already had an eventful 2016. Last month he was sentenced to two months in prison for an assault on a police offer, he called star teammate Angel Di Maria a ‘clown’ and was almost shown the door in Paris after using homophobic language to describe his former coach, Laurent Blanc.
Quite simply, what is he playing at?
Daniel Rey, Pundit Arena
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