Watch: Former Swansea City star pulls off ingenious trick penalty

Monday December 5th, 2016

Former Swansea City striker Lee Trundle pulled off an incredible sleight of hand, or sleight of foot, in a charity game on Sunday night. 

During a match to raise money for a local woman with breast cancer, the 40-year-old Trundle used a wonderful bit of deception to score on a penalty. 

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Trundle played with Swansea from 2003 to 2007, while the club was in England’s third and fourth tiers. He retired in 2013 after playing in the seventh division with Marine FC but came out of retirement this year to play with Llanelli Town in the Welsh third tier. 

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