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Video: Real Madrid star shows off chewing gum trick

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Real Madrid forward Alvaro Morata has been filmed showing off a chewing gum trick shot, with one of his team-mates videoing the Spaniard juggle in an underground car park.

The 20-year-old is captured on mobile phone spitting out the gum and proceeding to keepy-uppie, before catching the pea-sized chew back in his mouth.

It's believed the footage was shot after Real Madrid's 2-0 victory over Rayo Vallecano at the Santiago Bernabeu on Sunday.

Morata made a goalscoring contribution for Los Blancos in their Primera Division clash at the weekend, before being hauled off by Jose Mourinho after only 27 minutes, following the red card to Sergio Ramos.

Speaking after the game, Real Madrid assistant manager Aitor Karanka revealed he was delighted with the talented youngster's performance, in the senior team.

"Everyone is desperate to see players from the academy and he has developed a lot this year in the few chances he has had in the first team," said Karanka.

"He scored an important goal at Levante and today he scored as soon as the game kicked off so he just has to take the opportunities he is given and we will always pick the best players as we see them for each game."

Now it has emerged that Morata's exciting set of flicks and tricks extend beyond the field of play, with his latest showcasing of skills sure to delight football fans the world over!

 

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