Marcos Alonso hits inch-perfect free-kick in training ground stunt

Chelsea left-back Marcos Alonso showed off his skills in taking set-pieces with a moment of brilliance at the club's training ground on Monday.

Marcos Alonso celebrates scoring the winning goal for Chelsea against Newcastle United.   -  Getty Images

Buoyed by scoring his first goal of the season on Saturday, Chelsea's Marcos Alonso is full of confidence.

The Spaniard showed off his dead-ball precision at Chelsea's training ground on Monday, scoring in a stunt with goalkeeper Willy Caballero.


Caballero held onto the frame of the goal and stuck his feet around a post to give Alonso a small target to aim at.

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The left-footer had no problems, though, producing an excellent strike before embracing his team-mate.

Alonso scored his first goal since April in Chelsea's 1-0 Premier League win over Newcastle United on Saturday.

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