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Here's your improbable free-kick routine of the day

Have you ever seen three walls on one free-kick?

Can you tell what's coming?
Can you tell what's coming?
Image: YouTube

Updated at 11.50am

WHO DOESN’T LOVE a good free-kick routine, especially one that actually works?

Well you’re in luck, because this high school team from Japan has provided you with a veritable feast for your eyeballs using not one but two decoy walls in the build up to the set-piece.

Now, the defending team really should have seen what was coming but, still, credit the attacking team for the effort.

Source: SportNews/YouTube

The effort is a successful version of the so-called ‘Christmas Tree’ technique used by Brentford earlier this month against Birmingham City.

Unfortunately for the Bees, their effort went wide:

Source: Nick Higham/YouTube

Originally posted at 11.30am.

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