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VIDEO: US National Team Boss Jurgen Klinsmann Has Still Got it

VIDEO: US National Team Boss Jurgen Klinsmann Has Still Got it

Jurgen Klinsmann showed he’s still got it last night – as he controlled two balls at the same time during USA’s defeat to Chile.

The USMNT boss oversaw a disappointing opening game of 2015 at the Estadio El Teniente in Rancagua.

His side had led through Brek Shea and Jozy Altidore but the hosts hit back with goals from Roberto Gutierrez and a Mark Gonzalez double.

But arguably the best part of the game for all involved was Klinsmann’s control halfway through the second-half after the ball went out of player.

Two balls are thrown his direction and, somehow, he controls them both at the same time with one foot.

We know, it doesn’t sound possible – but take a look for yourself:

If this can be explained by anyone – preferably Klinsmann himself – then we’d love to listen.

Spurs fans will remember the German’s talent for putting the ball in the net and this impressive control just reminds us all he’s still got it.

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