Brazilian forward Neymar was in his finest form during the Ligue 1 fixture against Bordeaux - showing some sublime touches on the ball to the amazement of the fans in the stadium.
PSG eased to a 6-2 victory over their opposition with Neymar scoring twice and getting an assist. He didn't stop there though, with the win already in sight, Neymar took the opportunity to show his world-class talent on the field with some outrageous touches of the ball.
It took Neymar just seven minute to get his name of the score sheet as he whipped in a sublime free kick to catch the keeper off guard and give his side the lead.
Then, Neymar turned from goalscorer to supplier as he gifted a goal to teammate Edinson Cavani, before Thomas Meunier put the home side three in front.
Bordeaux were able to get a goal back, but only to see a penalty awarded to PSG nine minutes later.
The stadium fell silent as a decision had to be made who was going to take the kick. Neymar and Cavani have been in the spotlight in recent weeks after squabbling on the pitch as to who would take the penalties for the club.
This time it was left to the Brazilian who easily swept the ball into the net to get his second of the game. Julian Draxler then got in on the act after latching onto a Kylian Mbappe through-ball before volleying the ball into the back of the net - all of this before the half-time whistle.
There weren't as many goals in the second half, but Mbappe was able to score as the game finished 6-2 to the home side.