(MENAFN - Muscat Daily) Guess who's making news from Oman in the world of football. It's not Ali al Habsi or even anyone from the national team. It's a television cameraman, whose spectacular kick from the sidelines during a recent game in Salalah, Oman, is turning into a hit worldwide on YouTube.Said al Khathiri was covering an HM's Cup match between Salalah and Sur at the Al Saada Sports Complex on December 26, when he effortlessly returned a long ball sailing towards him beyond the touchline with a backheel using his right foot, sending it back to a player. Even as he coolly performed the act, he continued filming the game on his camera.Khathiri's kick, which drew loud cheers from the stands, was captured by another TV cameraman, and the video clip was uploaded on YouTube on January 3.The clip has become a rage since then, crossing 5,000 hits on YouTube by Monday. It was also picked up and posted by The Guardian newspaper on its website, where the footage topped the section for 'most popular videos' on Monday with the headline 'Tiki-taka, cameraman-style'.Yahoo Sports picked the clip up as well, posting it on its website with the comment - 'Though Zlatan Ibrahimovic may have had the greatest goal of 2012, this was by far the greatest cameraman backheel of the year'.The 42 year old Khathiri, who hails from Salalah, Oman, says he is now enjoying the unexpected stardom. ''I don't know how I did it, but I just did it,'' he told Muscat Daily. ''I am enjoying this instant fame. I am getting so many calls.''The cameraman added, ''Al Nasr Club's coach was present at that match and he later joked that I could kick the football better than many of his players!