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Clarence Seedorf Scores Cracking Volley In Real Madrid vs Juventus Legends UNESCO Charity Clash (Video)

By Alan Duffy

What a goal this was from current AC Milan boss Clarence Seedorf, who rolled back the years (well, one year as he was banging in these kind of goals in Brazil last season) to score an outstanding volley…

Fernando Morientes, Zinedine Zidane (courtesy of a trademark cheeky effort), Ruben De La Red and Jesus Velasco also scored for Real with Alessio Tacchinardi netting for Juve in the UNESCO Cup charity game in Turin.

You can watch all the goals below but just look at the two squads on show. Quite a talented bunch, eh!?

Juventus: Alessio, Amoruso, Birindelli, Camoranesi, Carrera, Chimenti, Davids, Di Livio, Dimas, Ferrrara, Iuliano, Mirkovic, Montero, Nedved, Padovano, Porrini, Ravanelli, Tacchinardi, Tacconi, Torricelli, Tudor, Vieri, Vierchowod.

Real Madrid: Contreras, Carlos Sánchez, Fernando Sanz, Pavón, Hierro, De la Red, Butragueño, Amavisca, Morientes. Esnaider, Zidane, Seedorf, Karembeu, Makelele, Míchel Salgado, Velasco, Iván Pérez, Tote, Karanka.

All the goals…

(Videos: 101GG)

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By Alan Duffy on June 2nd, 2014 in Newsnow, Real Madrid, Serie A, Videos. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.
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One Response to “Clarence Seedorf Scores Cracking Volley In Real Madrid vs Juventus Legends UNESCO Charity Clash (Video)”

  1. Dave says:

    Everytime I see a video like this of Zidane I think he could still be playing at the top! That aside he definitely retired too young..

    That Real side he played in is so legendary, Zidane, Figo, Ronaldo, Raul, Makelele, Roberto Carlos, Hierro, Salgado, Casillas and then of course Beckham!

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