DAVID DE GEA got one over his Spain rival Kepa Arrizabalaga – with a cheeky nutmeg in training.
The pair were getting stuck in to the rondo when the Manchester United goalkeeper pulls off the filthy move.
Being in the middle of a Spanish passing circle is never fun – and so it proved as Kepa was given the runaround by the masters of tika-taka football.
Things took a turn for the worse when he closed down De Gea, though, as he poked it straight through his rival stopper’s legs.
The Red Devils man then did a little dance as his counterpart trudged away in disbelief.
De Gea holds the club bragging rights at the minute after his United side beat Kepa’s Chelsea 4-0 on the opening weekend of the season.
But they are still battling it out for the No1 jersey ahead of next summer’s Euro 2020 tournament.
De Gea featured at the World Cup last year but struggled for form towards the end of last season.
But after a strong debut campaign at Stamford Bridge, Arrizabalaga was picked for recent matches with the Faroe Islands and Sweden.
Then against Romania in September, he made a crucial late save to hold on to all three points for ten-man Spain.
Spain are top of Group F with a perfect record of six wins from six so far, netting 17 goals in the process and conceding just three.
This week they face a Scandinavian double header.
On Saturday they travel to Norway for a game on Saturday and then take on second-placed Sweden three days later.
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