‘This kid is killing it in pre-season’: Fans left in awe as Real Madrid wonderkid Takefusa Kubo scores brilliant solo goal during five-a-side training game
- Takefusa Kubo once again left Real Madrid fans in awe after showcasing his skills
- The 18-year-old was filmed scoring a brilliant solo goal during a five-a-side game
- Kubo takes on three defenders before smashing the ball past the goalkeeper
- It comes a day after he produced a brilliant nutmeg on Bayern’s Alphonso Davies
Takefusa Kubo has once again stunned Real Madrid fans after another video emerged of the youngster showcasing some outrageous skills in training.
The 18-year-old, who has already been dubbed as the ‘Japanese Lionel Messi‘, was filmed beating three of his new team-mates before smashing it past the goalkeeper during a five-a-side game on Monday.
Having already made headlines earlier in the day for his brilliant nutmeg on Bayern Munich‘s Alphonso Davies, the teenager showed that he has plenty of tricks left up his sleeve while he enjoyed a scrimmage inside the FedExField Stadium in Maryland, USA.
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Takefusa Kubo has once again left Real Madrid fans in awe with a superb goal in training
The 18-year-old (black top inside the D) smartly turns a defender on the edge on the area
Kubo is then instantly met by another defender who dives to ground to slide tackle him
The Japan international leaves him on his back by showing off his superb close control
The £1.78million signing then smashes the ball into the net during the mini five-a-side game
The short clip revealed the Japanese sensation roll one of his men with a neat turn before showing off some superb close control to take it past another who had already gone to ground to intercept the ball.
Having got past two, Kubo rolls the ball away from an oncoming defender with his left foot before producing two quick step-overs to bury the ball into the back of the net, leaving three defenders in his wake.
Kubo, who signed for Los Blancos in June for a reported fee of £1.78million, has been practicing with Madrid on their pre-season tour of North America.
Kubo dazzled against Bayern Munich in the NRG Stadium for his new club
The Japanese star wowed the crowds with an expert nutmeg in the corner of the pitch
The Japan international has been likened to Vinicius Jr who was signed for £39million last summer and broke into the first-team.
He is likely to feature in some capacity after impressing his coaches since arriving at the club.
Madrid return to action on Wednesday when they go up against Unai Emery’s Arsenal.