GIANLUIGI BUFFON's talents extend further than just between a set of goalposts.
The 43-year-old Italian is also hugely gifted when it comes to playing the game Rock, Paper, Scissors.
The former Juventus and PSG man currently plies his trade in the Italian second tier with boyhood club Parma after an emotional return in the summer.
And in a video posted to Twitter by Marcelo Burgos, Buffon can be seen challenging his team-mates to a game of Rock, Paper, Scissors.
No less than SIX people step up to take him on, but Buffon comes out on top every single time.
And with each match that he wins he sends the squad further and further into a frenzy.
Predictably fans on Twitter loved it, with one simply saying: "Legend."
Another stunned fan remarked: "Did this man just go unbeaten in Rock Paper Scissors?"
Others though weren't convinced after Buffon appeared to show his hand in the last match after his opponent had already revealed his.
One disbelieving fan joked: "VAR for the last one."
While another quipped: "hahaha yeah he was kinda offside."
Buffon has played a whopping 937 TIMES during his club career, and a further 176 times at international level for Italy.
He's not short of major honours either.
Buffon was in between the sticks when Italy won the World Cup for a fourth time in 2006, beating France in a penalty shoot-out.
He's won Serie A TEN times with Juventus, the Italian cup six times and the Italian Super Cup seven times.
UEFA Cup glory with Parma also came in 1999, although Buffon has never won the Champions League.
And during his short time in France with PSG Buffon helped Les Parisiens to the league title in 2019.
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