Japanese high school kids execute most elaborate free-kick manoeuvre ever
We have seen plenty of elaborate free-kicks before, but none as elaborately done as by this group of Japanese high school kids.
During the final of the Japanese national high school championships, the players from East Fukuoka resembled a team of synchronised swimmers as they executed an awesome set-piece manoeuvre for their second goal against Kokugakuin Kugayama High School.
Forming two banks of three-man wall in front of the set-piece taker, they retreated and ducked in unison right as the ball was struck by Kento Nakamura.
The result was a brilliant goal which the opponents, who had never reached a semi-final before, literally didn’t see coming.
Nakamura would later score another to complete his brace as East Fukuoka ran out comfortable 5-0 winners.
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