James Rodriguez and the Colombian national team smash the bin football challenge

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The craze appeared to have died down in recently, but the Colombian national team have brought it back with a bang. 

Real Madrid's James Rodriguez, Arsenal's David Ospina and Co. have produced one of the best football bin challenges known to man ahead of their 2018 World Cup qualifying clash with Argentina. 

The Los Blancos superstar was the orchestra in chief as he stood in the middle of the changing room and played a headed one-two with 21 of his compatriots, before the ball ends up in the bin.


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The 24-year-old uploaded a clip onto his official Instagram with a comment that roughly translated to 'The joy and unity of selection.'

Although, Inter Milan midfielder Fredy Guarin posted a different clip on his Instagram that showed the final header missing the target, but we'll let them off.

Colombia are currently sixth in qualifying, having picked up four points from their first three games, and need a win to claw back the deficit on leaders Ecuador.

A Lionel Messi-less Argentina find themselves in an even more precarious position having claimed just two points so far.

But enough about the football, here are five of the best header bin challenges we have found online. 

James will return to Madrid after Tuesday's fixture and will begin preparations for Saturday's El Clasico tie.

Real are looking to bounce back from their 3-2 defeat to Sevilla before the international break and could drop six points below Barcelona with defeat at the Bernabeu.

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