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Grandmother, 67, does nearly 100 keepy-ups with a football

  • The 67-year-old does nearly 100 keepy-ups in front of amazed crowd of people
  • She flicks the ball up and balances it on her neck during dazzling performance 
  • After her tricks the flexible grandmother performs the splits in front of audience 

This is the astonishing moment a showboating elderly woman wows a crowd as she juggles a football for a full minute.

The 67-year-old does nearly 100 keepy-ups as an enchanted crowd of people watch on in amazement on a beach thought to be in Brazil.

She manages to juggle the ball with both feet, knees and her head as she warms up the audience.  

She uses both feet, knees and her head to juggle the ball

The 67-year-old does nearly 100 keepy-ups as an enchanted crowd of people watch on in amazement on a beach thought to be in Brazil

Once all eyes are on her she flicks the ball up high and catches it on her neck which gets a huge roar and applause from the crowd

Once all eyes are on her she flicks the ball up high and catches it on her neck which gets a huge roar and applause from the crowd

Once all eyes are on her she flicks the ball up high and catches it on her neck which gets a huge roar and applause from the crowd.

She manages to flick the ball back off her neck and begin doing keepy-ups again, without it once touching the sand.

Amazingly, the OAP finishes her juggling tricks and then does the splits to round off her performance.

Amazingly, the OAP finishes her juggling tricks and then does the splits to round off her performance

Amazingly, the OAP finishes her juggling tricks and then does the splits to round off her performance

The astonishing video has gained over 624,000 views so far and it has prompted hilarious reactions from football fans.

Audrey Dwyer wrote: ‘Quick sign her! Her finish is epic!!!’    

Alistair Coleman tweeted: ‘Tell her to bring her boots next week, she’s starting up front.’

User @k_negota said: ‘Granaldinho. As they say, form is temporary, class is permanent.’



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