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Published on Jan 2, 2014
Shinji Kagawa might be without a goal for Manchester United this season but the midfielder showed he still knows where the back of the net is on a recent visit to his native Japan - by scoring against 55 children.
The 24-year-old has struggled to cement a regular place in David Moyes' side but he was back to his best against the group of schoolchildren, who were taking part in the challenge for a Japanese TV show.
Kagawa demonstrated plenty of the skills which convinced former United boss Sir Alex Ferguson to spend £17 million on him in the summer of 2012, as he ran rings around the enthusiastic youngsters alongside international team-mate Hiroshi Kiyotake.