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 By Chris Wright

Liverpool defender Alberto Moreno scores stunning scorpion kick

Alberto Moreno is a regular on these Toe Poke pages, mostly for his wacky, harmless off-the-field antics, but he's now made it on here for a piece of footballing brilliance.

The Spaniard has been training at Melwood this past week, having not been called up for international duty, and produced a goal in a session at Melwood worthy of the world stage.

We're not sure even Moreno would be adventurous enough to try this in a real match, however.

The 25-year-old then, quite rightly, looks back to check if the club's cameras caught his spectacular effort before giving a thumbs up and smile after realising they did.

Not bad for a left-back, hey?

Chris covers the funny side of the game for ESPN FC in the Toe Poke blog.

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