Crystal Palace loanee Sullay Kakai impressed for Cambridge United against Manchester United.
Cambridge United were a team full of heroes against Manchester Untied, as the lower league side secured a memorable home FA Cup draw.
One player impressed in particular during his time on the pitch, the superbly named Sullay Kaikai.
Kaikai, 19, is on loan from Crystal Palace and stood out, causing Manchester United problems with his directness and ability to run with the ball.
The youngster scored in the Capital One Cup for Palace against Newcastle this season, and appears to relish the big stage.
So far for Cambridge he has two goals and two assists in 10 games, and threatened against Manchester United.
Despite his early second half substitution, Kaikai managed the joint highest number of dribbles in the Cambridge team, and worked hard, winning one tackle and one interception.
Cambridge earned a draw, keeping a clean sheet despite the Red Devils enjoying 70 per cent of possession and having 16 shots on goal to their five.
The youngster's performance won him praise from keenly watching Palace fans, and other football supporters, who saw signs the attacker is a good prospect.
Here's a look at the reaction...
Sullay Kaikai having Fellaini on toast.. As you would expect.— HLTCO (@HLTCO) January 23, 2015
LOAN: KaiKai replaced on the 52nd minute for Cambridge - surprising move after a good first half with good runs forward. #CPFC— The Eagles Element (@EaglesElement) January 23, 2015
Good to see Sullay Kaikai play against Man U and get a draw and put in a good shift #cpfc— Connor Stewart (@Connorcs99) January 23, 2015
And these comments were from non-Palace fans praising Kaikai.
Kaikai should've got MOTM for me. He was the standout player. Best performace I've ever seen from a football player.— Kai (@GoonerBBK) January 23, 2015
Kaikai, so good they named him twice.— Coral (@Coral) January 23, 2015