How the striker has found the net with this effort, we have absolutely no idea. And, it seems that the moment of hilarity is not the greatest advert for Chinese football.
Cisse is currently with Shandong Luneng, and his goal was a mere consolation in a 4-1 loss to Shanghai SIPG. The 31 year old’s side sit 11th in the Chinese Super League, and he’s contributed five goals in 11 games, but this one has to be the pick of the bunch.
To be fair, Papiss is not alone in having a moment of hilarity over in China. There have been some pretty golden pieces of footage in the ‘up-and-coming’ league.
Claudio Bravo must have been taking tips from Quanjian. What an absolute shocker from the ‘keeper ?.
Oh, wow. We’ve all been there before. Having a complete horror show in front of goal for your Sunday League team. But, this miss has to be up there with one of the worst ever, it genuinely looks far harder to do what the striker did, than put the ball in the net.
Live FIFA play
We’ll save the best moment for last. In actual FIFA mode, this ‘keeper decided he was going to take on a whole team, and try and dribble the field ?. Only in China…
Not all players are shocking though. Take a look at the Chinese Super League best XI who would do alright in the Premier League…
GK – Zeng Cheng – Guangzhou Evergrande
101 appearances and counting for Guangzhou Evergrande. Won't be long before Gigi Buffon or Iker Casillas make the move to China and unfairly replace Cheng, you'd imagine.
DF – Rong Hao – Guangzhou Evergrande
Having spent his whole career in his homeland, the left-back is something of a national treasure.
DF – Hong Jeong-ho – Jiangsu Suning
Cleared of any wrongdoing in 2011 over match-fixing in the K League, despite the fact four million was deposited into his account from gangs. Lol. Left the Bundesliga, this summer, for a taste of Chinese Super League action.
DF – Stephane Mbia – Hebei China Fortune
The one-time mercenary at Queens Park Rangers, is now doing the same at Hebei China Fortune.
CM – Ramires – Jiangsu Suning
Has settled into Chinese life well, having been handed a four-match ban for being sent-off AFTER the full-time whistle. Good going, lad.
CM – Fredy Guarin – Shanghai Greenland Shenhua
Clearly the thought of playing with Demba Ba was too much to resist for the talented midfielder.
RW – Hulk – Shanghai SIPG
The prime example of a footballer who puts money before football. That being said, never been too sure if he's even that good - apart from a rocket of a strike on FIFA.
LW – Ezequiel Lavezzi – Hebei China Fortune
You know what? Lavezzi can get fucked. Honestly, out of all the footballers that have sold their soul to move to China, his move was the most 'WTF?!'.
CAM – Alex Teixeira – Jiangsu Suning
Wheyyyyyy remember when the Brazilian joined Liverpool?! That was amusing seeing the Reds losing their shit over the thought of signing the talented attacking-midfielder. Instead, he sacked them off and left Shakhtar Donetsk for the Chinese Super League.
ST – Obafemi Martins – Shanghai Greenland Shenhua
Only 31, and yet it feels like the former Newcastle United forward has been around longer than Ryan Giggs was overhyped. Sadly never reached the levels he promised to when a rising star at Inter Milan.
ST – Graziano Pelle – Shandong Luneng
The then-Southampton man's move to the Chinese Super League raised a few eyebrows. Impressing for the Saints and earning international recognition, it seemed a strange move to jeopardise all that. But then you realise that the striker is now the sixth-best paid footballer in the world!