Kagawa & Kiyotake beat 55 kids in Japanese TV show

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Japanese international duo Shinji Kagawa and Hiroshi Kiyotake beat the odds to embarrass 55 kids as part of a gameshow in Japan.

The pair appeared to be in trouble against 30 outfielders and three goalkeepers to start with, but quickly worked a way around the youngsters to score the opening goal.

Another 22 players then joined in the action, as the Manchester United and Nurnberg stars enjoyed a chuckle at what was unfolding in front of them.

That didn’t stop the duo from quickly getting back into the goals however, with a couple of one-twos finding the Red Devils playmaker in space in the box.

His first shot was stopped by one of the five goalkeepers, but Kagawa reacted first to smash the ball home and take the plaudits of the comical commentators.

Watch the Manchester United star in action like you’ve never seen before, along with his compatriot, in the hilarious video at the top of this story…

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