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Manchester United's Young, Fellaini and Nani show off their skills

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Published on Dec 3, 2013

In the latest instalment of the bwin Skills Series, Manchester United's Marouane Fellaini, Ashley Young and Luis Nani put their trust in each other in a challenge which called for power, accuracy and no little faith in their skills.

See the close bonds between the players, with Ashley Young impressing in a test of accuracy, firing a ball into a hoop from around 30 yards before Nani and Fellaini also 'thread the needle' from distance.

Fellaini also takes the ultimate test of trust. With just a cricket helmet protecting his face, Fellaini stands with his back to a wall as the two wide men take aim at a number of small targets. Are they accurate enough to miss their teammate?

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As Europe's leading sports book, bwin has partnerships with six of the biggest teams in European club football and has set a series of challenges to be undertaken by these elite outfits as part of the bwin "Skills Series". Over the next three months, Bayern Munich, RSC Anderlecht and Olympique de Marseille will all follow in Man Utd, Juventus and Real Madrid's footsteps.

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