A 52-year-old shocked the Britain's Got Talent judges on the show this week.
Andrew Cassidy surprised the panel with his freestyle football skills as he took to the stage at the first set of try outs.
In a clip cut from the main show, Andrew wowed with his ball work although there were a few mistakes.
"Well it was like watching David Beckham. It didn't go to 100% to plan but it was very impressive," said David Walliams.
Amanda Holden added: "For some strange reason I found it quite funny, I think it added to it, that it went wrong."
Simon Cowell admitted: "It really did surprise me."
Despite Alesha Dixon buzzing, she ended up saying yes along with the rest of the judges to see Andrew through to the next round.
Another act who auditioned for the panel were Methods of Movement, a dance troupe who used 'hover boards' in their routine.
The performance prompted David to get up on stage and have a go on the devices, with hilarious results.
But despite that mishap, the judges were impressed by the novel twist on the classic BGT act with Amanda branding it "cool".
They got four yeses to make it through to the next stage of the competition.
Britain's Got Talent 2016 auditions continue Saturday nights on ITV.