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38-Year-Old Franck Ribery Rolls Back The Years With Insane Dribbling To Bamboozle Four Defenders

Daniel Marland

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38-Year-Old Franck Ribery Rolls Back The Years With Insane Dribbling To Bamboozle Four Defenders

Franck Ribery rolled back the years for Fiorentina vs Napoli by pulling off some ridiculous dribbling at 38-years-old.


The Frenchman is in the twilight of his career but still plays at an incredibly high level in Serie A and flaunted it in the second half this afternoon.

With Fiorentina 1-0 down, Ribery picked the ball up out wide before drifting past a defender with ease.

He was then closed down by two more, who he managed to shimmy past and leave in the dust before forcing a save out of Alex Meret.

Fiorentina would end up losing the game but Ribery was the talk of social media after showing glimpses of his world class self.

Lorenzo Insigne put Napoli ahead in the second half before an own goal from Lorenzo Venuti sealed all three points for Gennaro Gattuso's side.

They're in a tight race for the top four and victory takes them to third ahead of AC Milan, who face Cagliari on Sunday evening.

Just outside the top four are Juventus, who earned a vital 3-2 victory over new champions Inter Milan on Saturday.

Image Credit: PA
Image Credit: PA

Cristiano Ronaldo put Juventus ahead after having his penalty saved, but Romelu Lukaku equalised for Inter not long after.

Juan Cuadrado quickly restored the home side's lead who then went a man down in the second half after Rodrigo Bentancur's red card.

Inter got another equaliser after Giorgio Chiellini bundled into his own net with just seven minutes left to spare.

However, Cuadrado once again stepped up to rifle home a penalty of his own in the 88th minute.

Featured Image Credit: Serie A

Topics: Football, Franck Ribery, Serie A, Fiorentina

Daniel Marland
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