Southampton midfielder James Ward-Prowse is taking a peek to surpass Manchester United icon David Beckham's narrative for a range of free-kicks scored in the Premier League.
Ward-Prowse has emerged as arguably the most easy unnecessary-ball specialist in the English top-flight in most modern years. Beckham is at veil top of the checklist for a range of Premier League free-kicks scored with 18, even though Ward-Prowse is nice six insecure of equalling his boyhood hero's tally.
The Southampton man has admitted he outdated-long-established to exhaust his time attempting to emulate Beckham's free-kicks as a tiny bit one. He claimed he's hoping to surpass the broken-down England captain's narrative and wants to meet the person himself he achieves the feat.
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He knowledgeable PA : “Which is known as a in point of fact most inspiring achievement and it’s a correct lesson for me in lifestyles that whenever you work laborious at a particular ability it is possible you'll presumably well maybe additionally reap the rewards of it. To beat somebody delight in that I procure would be extremely spectacular, however the humorous say is Beckham obviously went on to play in different countries and I’ve had a in point of fact very lengthy time in the Premier League.
"I procure it speaks a lot about his quality. It’s a correct target to have in the help of my thoughts.
“Being English and seeing the magical moments that he’s created in an England shirt, he used to be the one I would scamper out into the garden to desire a peek at and emulate and reproduction. I had a few of his hairstyles besides alongside the contrivance and the boots.
“I’d purchase to meet him one day and have a coffee and a chat and excellent purchase his brains. Expectantly if I can attain the narrative then hopefully he could presumably well additionally merely attain out. We’ll peek."
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