Right off the training pitch: Leverkusen's superb set-piece

Heung-Min Son finished from outside the box to help the German side to a 2-1 win away to Zenit.

LEVERKUSEN RECORDED AN important 2-1 win away to Zenit St. Petersburg in Group C of the Champions League this evening thanks to two goals from Heung-Min Son.

The South Korean international’s brace meant that Jose Salomon Rondon’s late strike for the home side was only merely consolation effort, but it was 22-year-old Son’s first effort that really grabbed our attention.

This is the kind of well-rehearsed and sublimely executed set-piece move that we have been attempting to bring into our kick-arounds for years. Of course, it helps if your team has an in-form striker like Heung-Min Son to fire in from this kind of distance.

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