New York Red Bulls execute perfect free-kick routine against Dallas

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Cheltenham Town produced unquestionably the worst free-kick routine of the season against Tranmere back in February - scroll down this page to see that dismal effort - but New York Red Bulls showed how it should be done with a brilliantly executed team free-kick against Dallas on Friday night.

Four New York Red Bulls players were initially stood over the ball before the referee blew his whistle.

Two of them ran over it and another backed away before Sacha Kljestan dinked the ball to the back post, where Sal Zizzo headed across goal for Lloyd Sam to tap home. (Scroll down to watch the free-kick).


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In terms of pre-practised free-kicks, they don’t come much better than this.

This was a move straight from the training ground and full credit must go to the NYRB players and their coach, Jesse Marsch.

Video: New York Red Bulls' free-kick routine

It turns out they did something similar last year...

Big win for the Red Bulls

New York Red Bulls went on to score another three goals to record a surprise 4-0 win over the Western Conference leaders.

Kljestan added his name to the scoresheet after half-time while Mike Grella and Felipe Martins both scored in the final 20 minutes to complete the rout.

Video: Cheltenham Town's funny free-kick routine

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