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Toe Poke Daily: Barcelona's new star Ansu Fati scores backheel in training

The Toe Poke Daily is here every day to bring you all the weirdest stories, quirkiest viral content and top trolling that the internet has to offer, all in one place.

Is there anything Ansu can't do?

Ansu Fati became the second-youngest player to feature for Barcelona in La Liga when the 16-year-old was handed his debut in Sunday's 5-2 win over Real Betis, but he doesn't look too phased by his progression.

Caught on camera in a training session ahead of Barca's game against Osasuna this weekend, Ansu showed his class with a wonderful backheel flick to score.

Given that he's training alongside Lionel Messi, it's not surprising that the youngster has improved so rapidly but it takes a lot of confidence to pull off something like that, even when it's not a real game!

We can only hope that the teenager sticks around in the event a certain Mr Neymar Jr. returns to Camp Nou this summer.

However, he still has a long way to go in the backheel stakes before he reaches these guys. Here's our countdown of the best backheel goals.

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Charlton score direct from kickoff

Charlton 4-2 Manchester United isn't a scoreline you will see too often, but the Addicks' under-18 side pulled it off last week. That wasn't the most incredible thing about the game, however.

No, that was this amazing shot from the halfway line.

It takes some skill to score from that far out, but to make it look so casual as well is just off the charts. Hats off to Aaron Henry.

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