Andy Murray scores Beckham-esque goal in 5-a-side kickabout
With a racket in his hand, there are very few who can live with Andy Murray.
In the last four-and-a-bit years, he's won three Grand Slam titles and a couple of Olympic gold medals, meaning the Scot is one of the finest tennis players of his generation.
While nobody's doubting his ability on a tennis court, until today, we didn't know an awful lot about what he was like with a football at his feet.
Enjoying some downtime ahead of Great Britain's meeting with Argentina in the Davis Cup semi-final, the 29-year-old was seen having a kickabout with his teammates. As the video below shows, he's got an eye for goal and a complete lack of respect for the over head height rule in 5-a-side.
Picking up the ball close to his own area, Murray spots that the opposition goal is empty, and pings one into the net from the other side of the pitch before wildly celebrating his strike with teammates (he walks around for a bit with his hands up and gives a couple of high fives).
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