Manchester United lost 2-1 to PSV Eindhoven in their opening Champions League group stage game on Tuesday night, but Memphis Depay impressed.
The Dutch winger left PSV in order to sign for United this summer, and marked his return to Eindhoven with a superb goal in the first half.
Depay produced an outstanding piece of skills to beat two PSV defenders before slamming the ball into the net, demonstrating just why Louis van Gaal was so keen to bring him to Old Trafford.
The 21-year-old was a box of tricks throughout the game, and that certainly caught the attention of Rangers star Nathan Oduwa.
Currently on a season-long loan deal from Tottenham, winger Oduwa has quickly become a fan favourite at Ibrox thanks to his blistering speed and sensational trickery.
However, the teenager angered Alloa Athletic defenders with his showboating, with players telling The Scotsman how disrespected they were by his audacious tricks.
After Depay's skills against PSV, Oduwa took to Twitter to joke about the United star 'disrespecting' defenders, a clear reference to his own situation at Rangers.
Memphis is "disrespecting" defenders— Nathan Oduwa (@nathanoduwa) September 15, 2015
Given their successes with fancy footwork this season, don't expect to see Depay or Oduwa taking that aspect out of their games - and expect to see more and more defenders getting embarrassed by their pace and trickery.