That's Mario Kempes, a player celebrated as much for his rock star appearance as his supreme talent.
Argentina's no.10 had a ton of the latter and ruled the 1978 World Cup, scoring six goals en route to winning the thing.
He also came to his nation's rescue at the other end and showed his prowess as a 'goalkeeper' against Poland in the second group stage. His outstretched arm denied Grzegorz Lato a certain goal and conceded a penalty, offering an opportunity to cancel out Kempes' earlier goal.
They missed and Kempes - who wasn't booked or sent off - scored another to win the game 2-0.