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 By Chris Wright

Bayern Munich ace Javi Martinez scores stunning goals in training

With Freiburg scheduled to visit the Allianz Arena this weekend, Bayern Munich descended upon their training complex to begin their prematch preparations.

In between all the usual fitness drills, Javi Martinez found a pocket of free time to rattle off not one, but two "impossible" trick-shot goals in quick succession.

1 o 2?? Which one is better?

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From several yards behind the net, Martinez used the outside of his boot to spin the ball back and across the goal-line, before inviting his followers to pick their favourite of the two strikes.

Personally, we'll have to plump for the first -- if only because the "goalkeeping" on show for the second shot leaves an awful lot to be desired!

Chris covers the funny side of the game for ESPN FC in the Toe Poke blog.

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