Unlike the Premier League, Germany takes almost an entire month off of their holiday season so Bundesliga players can have a few weeks to themselves. For Borussia Dortmund attacking midfielder Shinji Kagawa, he’s spending some of his time training with a little kid.

And as what would normally happen with a 28-year-old professional and a school aged kid, the professional schooled the youngster. Kagawa nutmegged the kid so many times that he made the kid cry.

It’s sweet, it’s cute and everyone but the kid had a laugh but Kagawa is lucky that the kid only cried. If Kagawa tried to pull out the moves and embarrass someone else and they may get fed up and perform a studs-up, two-footed challenge on Kagawa. But in fairness to the kid, playing against people who are better than you will only help you get better so try and get back to it.

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