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Zinedine Zidane Shows He's Still Got It In Five-A-Side Kickabout With His Sons

Zinedine Zidane Shows He's Still Got It In Five-A-Side Kickabout With His Sons

Zinedine Zidane hasn't played football professionally in 15 years but he's still got the skills to show off during a five-a-side game.

Ryan Sidle

Ryan Sidle

Zinedine Zidane hasn't been a professional footballer for a decade and a half but he showed his skills can't be unlearnt when he played a bit of five-a-side with his sons.

The end of Zidane's career as a player might be the most memorable and dramatic ending to a football career ever.

Zizou didn't go out quietly at all, scoring a penalty in the 2006 World Cup final against Italy, with a Panenka against Gianluigi Buffon no less, before being sent off for his infamous headbutt on Marco Materazzi.

Since then Zidane has carved out a pretty successful managerial career, becoming the first man to win three Champions League titles in-a-row, with Real Madrid but recently quit Los Blancos for the second time.

Now that he's on a break from management Zidane can concentrate on what he loves most, and that's ripping the opposition apart with his silky skills.

He popped up at a sports centre he opened in Aix-en-Provence to have a kickabout with his sons and he really hasn't dropped a step in quality at all.

Zidane might have to put the boots away soon enough though and get back into a suit, after France were knocked out of Euro 2020.

The reigning World champions were eliminated in the last 16 in dramatic fashion by Switzerland on Monday, after Kylian Mbappe's missed penalty.

Didier Deschamps side were 3-1 up with just 15 minutes to go, after Paul Pogba's brilliant strike, but managed to throw away the lead before being taken to a shoot out.

Whilst the elimination itself could be enough for Deschamps to lose his job as manager, the fall out from the game hasn't put the manager, or team, in a good light either.

It has emerged since that Kingsley Coman actually refused to be subbed off in extra time initially, before he was eventually replaced by Marcus Thuram.

As well as that it was all unfolding in the stands as Adrien Rabiot's mother got in an argument with a number of family members of other players, including Paul Pogba's family.

Maybe Zidane is better off sticking to five-a-side with his kids!

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Topics: Football, Euro 2020, Zinedine Zidane, France