By Amir Mir
Leeds first-team coach James Beattie showed off the skills that won him an England call-up as he scored yet another wonder goal in training.
The former Premier League striker had previously scored this brilliant free-kick in training to show the youngsters that he still has it in his locker.
The 38-year-old played for the likes of Southampton and Everton during his top-flight career and he now is part of Garry Monk’s coaching staff.
Beattie has played a part in helping the Whites challenge for promotion this season in the Championship.
But during that time, he has also shown that he can demonstrate how to control and score a goal with such ease.
Here is the club’s official Twitter account showing Beattie scoring the goal in training to the amazement of those around him.
— Leeds United (@LUFC) February 7, 2017
Beattie played 329 top flight games during his time as a player, scoring 90 goals during those matches.
Now, he is tasked to help the younger generation produce the goods in front of goal and it is currently paying off with Whites striker Chris Wood.
The 25-year-old has been an integral figure in the club’s promotion form this season as he has scored 18 goals in 29 Championship games this season.
This includes seven goals in his last eight league matches as the New Zealand international will be looking to continue that run against Neil Warnock’s Cardiff at the weekend.
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