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Japanese High School's 'Dancing Wall' Free-Kick Routine Will Blow Your Mind

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Japanese High School's 'Dancing Wall' Free-Kick Routine Will Blow Your Mind

From the swerve of Roberto Carlos to the bend of David Beckham, we've had the pleasure of witnessing some game-changing free-kicks in years gone by, but nothing comes close to this from East Fukuoka FC.

The Japanese High School have revolutionised the set-piece with a routine like no other.

It involves a second wall lining up in front of the opposition defence and a masterstroke of ducking in chorus. No, really.

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Linked arm in arm, the three-player-wall slowly edge away from the ball, backing into the opposition defence.

Three steps later and seconds before the free-kick taker shoots, the East Fukuoka wall ducks in unison, confusing both defender and goalkeeper:

A stroke of Genius from the East Fukuoka lads.

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A Sunday League side tried something similar and unfortunately, the guy in question might wake up this morning with a massive ball print etched across his face.

Two players in green stood in front of the wall to try and confuse the opposition but seconds later, it ended in disaster. Priceless.

Check out the footage below:

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Never forget. What's the worst free-kick you've ever seen?

Let us know in the comments.

Topics: Football News, Football, Japan

Jack Kenmare
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