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And finally… competition is fierce for Worst Corner Ever Award

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There must be some bizarre prize the worst corner ever this summer. Wayne Rooney’s World Cup corner was bad but he’s got nothing on two other efforts from this week, particularly Keisuke Honda’s. Watch in disbelief here.

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Keisuke Honda (AC Milan):

Serge Gakpe (Nantes):

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