Bamboozled! Centurion's tricky feet drive San Martin wild

The ex-Sao Paulo winger was on fire in San Juan, with this exquisite display of close control and dribbling the highlight of the game

When Ricardo Centurion is fit and on song, it is almost impossible to take the ball off Boca Juniors' fleet-footed playmaker. 

And the ex-Racing Club and Sao Paulo star gave an exhibition of his skills as the Xeneize prevailed 2-1 away to San Martin de San Juan. 

The star, given the No. 10 jersey when Carlos Tevez left for China, scored Boca's second on Sunday, but it was a stunning individual dribble that most caught the eye. 

All that's left to do here is to count the stepovers - and Centurion was revelling in his torture before Javier Capelli took him down with a brutal kick!

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