Chris Wood catches an insect during Burnley vs Manchester City at Turf Moor
(Image: Twitter/Johnny Quinlan)

VIDEO: Burnley’s Chris Wood catches insect in his hand during game against Man City

Casually ensnares bug.

Chris Wood just out here catching bugs like a Jedi #BURMCI #MOTD2 pic.twitter.com/muvtwqhiX2

— Lloyd Vaughan (@MrLloydVaughan) April 28, 2019

Burnley striker Chris Wood caught an insect as casually as you like while in action against Manchester City at Turf Moor on Sunday.

Sergio Agüero’s second-half strike that narrowly crossed the line clinched a crucial 1-0 win for Pep Guardiola’s City as they seek to retain the Premier League title.

@SoccerAM got to check out Chris Wood catching the fly. Brilliant. pic.twitter.com/jJSZVTfcyv

— Johnny Quinlan (@johnnyq79) April 28, 2019

But Clarets joint-top-scorer Wood also caught the eye when he ensnared a flying bug with a nonchalant swipe of the hand.

After a slow start, the New Zealand international has enjoyed another strong end to a season with nine goals in his last sixteen matches.

Kun Aguero's goal adjudged to be 2.951cm over the line.

The cun, a traditional Chinese unit of measurement, equated to exactly 2.951cm before the year 565.

Just let that sink in for a moment.https://t.co/RlXL3Lftww

— Adam Hurrey (@FootballCliches) April 28, 2019

His strike partnership with Ashey Barnes has been key to Sean Dyche’s side securing a third consecutive season of top-flight football.