Antonio Conte may well be 47 years of age now, but the Chelsea boss showed he’s still got it during his side’s 3-0 win over Leicester City on Saturday.
The Italian tactician will be delighted following the performance from his players, particularly in the first half, as they built on their win over Hull City before the international break with another three points.
However, the quality wasn’t restricted to just the pitch in the first half, as Conte pulled this ball out of the air with a beautiful first touch, as seen in the video below, that deserves plenty more attention.
The former Juventus star and Italy international made over 360 league appearances during his playing career, winning pretty much everything on offer during his time in Turin including multiple Serie A titles and the Champions League in 1996.
Despite retiring in 2004, he’s obviously still got the touch in his locker and is still probably impressing some of his players in training as he looks to continue to guide Chelsea up the Premier League table after they moved up to fifth temporarily after their victory over Leicester.
THAT TOUCH BY CONTE HAHA pic.twitter.com/h1wajKfj9Y
— Bardia (@TheChelseaUnion) October 15, 2016