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VIDEO: Somebody finally found a use for the rainbow flick

We dare you to not try this at home.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QKjbtodqRwo&feature=player_embedded#!

H/T @dannylaw

YouTube credit: 101greatgoalsFan

DROP A BALL at any kid’s feet with nobody to tackle them and they’ll eventually feel the urge to step in front of the ball and flick it up over their heads.

Well, mark October 2 in your diary, because it’s the first time we can recall the rainbow flick (a skill so useless we’ve only just learned the name) actually being successfully executed in a game. And how!

We don’t care what level this match is played at – or how many defenders stood off him inside the box - Aleksandr Litvinenko deserves your respect.

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