MOST players wouldn’t the guts or the skill to pull off a back-heeled flick into the goal on the training pitch, never mind during a match.
But this video shows off an audacious move in a Czech league match involving not just one but two back-heels that ended with the ball nestling in the back of the net.
In a Gambrinus Liga clash with Plzen, FK Mlada Boleslav, striker Martin Nespor finished off a smart move in the opening four minutes of the game.
Midfielder Jan Stohanzl flicked on a cross from the right with his heel and it fell to Nespor who slipped the ball past a bemused Plzen keeper from five yards for the opening goal of the game.
However, Mlada Boleslav didn’t have the rest of the game their way, with the home side going down 2-1 to the visitors, who won the Czech championship last year.