Everyone loves a good skills compilation video, and YouTube channel Dude Perfect have created one unlike any other.
Raheem Sterling, Kevin de Bruyne, Calum Chambers and Mathieu Flamini have joined forces with the sports entertainment group to produce a thrilling trickshot video.
The Manchester City and Arsenal duos take part in a series of challenges, including a crossbar challenge, striking a bowling pin from 20 yards and even throwing a football into a basketball hoop from distance.
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Dude Perfect was launched in 2008 and consists of five friends who were roommates at college. The channel boasts over eight million subscribers and they have recorded videos with American sports stars Aaron Rodgers, Chris Paul and Russell Wilson.
The video has been watched almost two million times and shows Chambers hitting the crossbar from the halfway line and Sterling firing a penalty kick past five goalkeepers.
There’s also some funny banter between the group.
Sterling revealed his chosen weapon if he was involved in a Hunger Games-like contest would be a sword, while Chambers would opt for a bow and arrow.
They also debate British and American terminology, with Dude Perfect’s Tyler Toney telling Chambers and Flamini that a football boot should be called a cleat - “boots is what we wear in Texas!” Toney stresses - and football should be called soccer.
He corrects Sterling when the City winger defines a trolley as something you put food shopping in. “A trolley? No, a trolley is what you ride in downtown!” Toney protests.
Sterling then lets Toney strike a football through a ring that is held inches above the former Liverpool winger’s face. “I trust you!” the 21-year-old hilariously remarks.