Eric Dier is a multi-talented footballer who can play as a centre-back, right-back, and defensive midfielder. But he’s no slouch as an attacker, either.
He’s among the designated free-kick takers for Tottenham and England, a genuine aerial threat from set-pieces, and possesses a fierce long-range shot.
So there were high expectations of him when he took on the Copa90 five-shot challenge, and Dier duly delivered.
Amusingly, he missed out on the 1-on-1 shot, but he acquitted himself well for the rest of the challenge. Well enough, in fact, to beat one of his team-mates for club and country, a player far more feted for his attacking talents – Dele Alli. That should make for a fun story in Spurs training.
Check out how he fared in the video above.
Copa90 looks back at the decorated career of Ronaldinho and his legacy on the game, following the news that the 37-year-old brilliant Brazilian has hung up his magical boots for good.
Widely regarded as the finest player of his generation – certainly from an entertainment standpoint – the buck tooth star was best remembered for his glorious spell at the Nou Camp between 2003 and 2008.
Remind yourself of the footballing legend’s achievements in the video above!
What’s your favourite Ronaldinho moment?
Left foot, right foot, volley, finish a through ball, penalty. Seems easy enough.
It was a finishing masterclass, as one would expect with a striker of Vardy’s quality, with even his one miss still a sweetly-struck shot destined for the bottom corner.
And, surprisingly, Vardy’s penalty wasn’t blasted straight down the middle. It seems he actually can hit the corners from the spot.