Brit teen crowned world’s first football freestyle champion

London: A British teenager has been crowned the first football freestyle champion of the world.

Andrew Henderson, 19, overwhelmed judges at an event in Kuala Lumpar, Malaysia, with his slick keepie uppie skills, reports the Sun.

The lad from Truro, Cornwall, only took up the sport five years ago but beat competitors from Brazil, Japan and Spain.

The judging panel was blown away by his routine to music, during which he balanced the ball on his nose, shoulder, neck and, most impressively, the heels of his feet.


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