FORGOTTEN ex-Premier League star Oumar Niasse has scored a hat-trick in his debut for non-league side Macclesfield FC.
The former Everton star cost the Toffees £13.5million when he joined in 2016 and has now signed for the North East side on a short-term deal.
Niasse, 33, has had several spells across English football throughout his 15-year career but he is now shaking things up in the Northern Premier League.
Last month Robbie Savage's side confirmed the striker's arrival at the Leasing.com Stadium by announcing he has signed a short deal subject to league approval.
On Tuesday in their clash against Tranmere in the Chesire Senior Cup Niasse made his debut alongside ex-Leicester City star Danny Simpson.
He then impressed fans as he scored a hat-trick in their 4-2 victory with some sharing their amazement on social media.
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In the clip posted on the club's official Twitter account the star showed off a cheeky backheel to net in one of his shots.
One supporter said: "Oumar oumar oumar naisse glad he's showing his talent."
Another fan put: "The big man’s back."
A third then added: "The 👑."
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The ex-Senegal international made a free transfer after leaving from League One side Morecambe in the summer.
He joined Newcastle hero and former Senegal teammate Papiss Cisse.
Niasse moved to England to initially join Everton but after failing to make a breakthrough for the Toffees he was sent on loan to Hull and Cardiff.
After four years at Goodison Park, he went on to compete for the likes of Huddersfield and Burton.
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