In the video, the veteran wideman is showed demonstrating his awesome footwork—largely keep-ups and terrific dribbling skills—during a 1 minute 20 second clip.
Despite being 32, Ribery hasn’t lost any of his own technical prowess or his agility, and is seen in the clip juggling the ball on his head and controlling it with his back.
The forward, who moved to Bayern in 2007, has endured an injury-hit campaign.
He only made his comeback, following his fitness concerns, at the beginning of December, but was sidelined for two further months after brief showings against Gladbach and Dinamo Zagreb.
Since the end of February, Ribery has steadily been returning to full fitness, and demonstrated his class this weekend with the only goal of the game in Bayern’s 1-0 victory over Eintracht Frankfurt.
However, despite his fine recent form—and his outstanding tekkers—Ribery looks unlikely to return to the national team fold in time for Euro 2016, having hung up his boots ahead of the 2014 World Cup.
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