Manchester United ace Donny van de Beek's cool exterior was tested on Tuesday after he was nutmegged by Ryan Gravenberch in training with the Dutch national team.
Van de Beek is struggling for minutes at United but he remains a valued member of the Netherlands squad and scored last week in the draw with Spain.
But in training for Wednesday's Nations League match against Poland, Van de Beek was caught out in a rondo drill.
As Van de Beek went to close down Gravenberch, the gap between his legs was already tight but the ball still sneaked through to his frustration.
The nutmeg delighted Van de Beek's team-mates, who revelled in the United star being caught out.
Meanwhile, Bruno Fernandes says he believes his style is more akin to Paul Scholes than the likes of Pirlo, Zidane and Iniesta.
“For me, I will be realistic because if I look at all of them, maybe I’m more closer to Paul Scholes than them [Andrea Pirlo, Zinedine Zidane and Andres Iniesta],” Fernandes said.
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“Paul Scholes was a guy who likes to be in the box, who likes to give an assist, who likes to score a lot of goals, and maybe the ones I said aren’t like that – like Pirlo scored some goals but maybe more from free-kicks, Zidane scored some goals, Iniesta – no-one really remembers Iniesta for scoring goals, you remember him for assists and everything else he did.
“I remember when we were about to play Club Brugge [at home] last season, and I was in the dining room with Fred, and on the television they were playing all Paul Scholes’s goals in a Manchester United shirt [on MUTV].
“We had eaten, but we just stayed there to watch all of the goals of his. And it was funny because I was talking to Fred, and I said to him, ‘You see what Paul Scholes is doing, you need to be closer to the goal, because if not, you will never score!’. And then Fred, in that game, he scored twice!
“I appreciate Scholes a lot but maybe because, at that time for me in Portugal, when Scholes was playing at his best level, it was difficult for us to see English football, maybe it was because Spanish football was closer so it was more on the television, and we grew up with those names.
"Being realistic, with Iniesta I started to see him when I was 17, 18 years old. In the beginning, most of the players I watched were from Portugal.”
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