Chinese Under-10 team trick their opponents twice with ingenious corner kick routies

WITH a number of Premier League footballers being guilty of failing to beat the first man from a corner, a youth team from China has shown them how it is done.

Shanghai's under-10 side produced two ingenious corner kick routines which both ended up in the back of the net.

The first involved a short pass to the near man who dummied the ball into the path of his team-mate.

Without hesitating, he lashes the ball first time into the roof of the net.

But even their opponents wouldn't have believed they would have the audacity to try it again.

In a different sneaky routine straight off the training ground, the corner taker purposely touches the ball before pretending to swap takers with his team-mate.

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The youngsters celebrate fooling their opponents twice
Wayne Rooney and Ryan Giggs tried the same routine in 2009Credit: Reuters

With their opponents clueless, his team-mate collects the ball and squares it across goal before it was tapped home.

The corner kick emulates Manchester United's disallowed goal against Chelsea in 2009 when Wayne Rooney slyly tapped the ball.

Ryan Giggs took advantage of Chelsea's defence falling asleep and found Cristiano Ronaldo's head but the linesman ruled out goal much to the dismay of the United stars.

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