Everybody loves Jay-Jay Okocha, the Nigerian legend who brought a smile to every Premier League fan's face with his highly enjoyable stint at Bolton Wanderers.
Okocha played the game with the purpose of entertaining, and his outrageous arsenal of skills meant that very rarely did the supporters leave the stadium without being entertained, and that is something that has seen the former PSG man remembered fondly long after his retirement.
They certainly haven't forgotten him at Bolton, where he gave the fans a reason to smile after another bleak season by appearing at a 'Bolton Legends' charity match with two sides captained by John Mcginley and Tony Kelly.
Although he did more than appear, the bagged a hat-trick, because that's how Jay-Jay rolls. His first was an absolute peach:
And his second saw him celebrate in vintage style with a nostalgia-filled dance move:
And after switching sides in the second half, he completed the hat-trick:
What a man.
Fabrice Muamba also played in the match, which is great to see, and received a standing ovation from the trotters fans. A great day out for all involved.