Rihanna shows silky football skills in bikini on beach

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Pop superstar Rihanna really enjoys to have a game of beach football - if the latest video of her is anything to go by.

The songstress was taking some down time on her native island of Barbados, when her close friend Melissa Forde caught her having a ball while playing the beautiful game.

Uploaded to her Instagram account, Forde shows Rihanna, clad in standard beachwear, trying to tackle a male friend who is doing a bit of dribbling - the football kind.

Acting, dancing and singing are just a few of Rihanna's many talents, but it appears football is not one of them, as her tackling technique isn't the greatest and she commits to cardinal sin of the fin kick-about: picking the ball up.

Any football enthusiast will tell you the one rule of an informal session is that you simply cannot pick up the ball, it must stay on the floor.

However, Rihanna has never been one to want to conform and she certainly seems to be enjoying herself.

Watch the video above...

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