Southampton keeper scores acrobatic goal in training

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When Artur Boruc returns from international duty with Poland, Southampton boss Mauricio Pochettino might be tempted to stick him upfront if he sees this video.

The 33-year-old has been in fine form for Saints this season, conceding just two Premier League goals all season, but showed his capabilities at the opposite end of the pitch during Poland's most recent training session.

What he was doing lurking around the opposition's penalty area is unclear, but Boruc scored a spectacular acrobatic effort to the shock of his teammates.

Poland must win their final two 2014 World Cup qualifiers against Ukraine and England to stand any realistic chance of making it to next summer's finals in Brazil.

But despite Boruc's goalscoring exploits in training, Poland coach Waldemar Fornalik is likely to stick him back between the sticks when things get serious and leave the finishing to Borussia Dortmund striker Robert Lewandowski.

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