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Manchester United stars go up against Dwight Yorke in goal

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Dwight Yorke built a rather successful career on putting the ball in the back of the net - however now the tables have been turned in a brand new video for Manchester United's betting partner Bwin, released today. 

Yorke scored 66 goals in 152 games in his four seasons at Old Trafford - however he's been put in new territory for the video which sees the former Trinidad & Tobago striker being put through his paces by some familiar faces between the posts. 

After receiving some much needed help from Manchester United goalkeeping coach Chris Woods - while 'keeper trio David de Gea, Anders Lindegaard and Ben Amos watch on while trying not to laugh - Yorke is thrown in at the deep end.

He's put up against the likes of Manchester United trio Marouane Fellaini, Ashley Young and Alexander Buttner - with inevitable consequences.

Check out the hilarious video above! 

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