German Soccer Player Felix Passlack Gum Trick Goes Viral

Posted: Oct 28 2016, 12:41am CDT | by , in Latest Sports News


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German Soccer Player Felix Passlack Gum Trick Goes Viral
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A 18-year-old German soccer player managed to make world-wide headlines not with a goal but with his gum. Watch the gum juggling video below.

18-year-old German soccer player Felix Passlack from Bundesliga team Borussia Dortmund knows how to make world-wide news. He did not score a great goal or anything like that. He just played with his gum.

Felix Passlack can be seen in the video below showing off incredible juggling skills with his gum. He spits it out only to catch it with his feet to bring it back up in the air. After a first try to get it back in his mouth, he failed. The gum has though no chance to hit the ground as Passlack catches it again and juggles it some more before the gum lands in his mouth.

The video of Passlack's gum trick is on the reddit homepage and media outlets around the world have reported about it. Way to go for a young rather unknown German soccer player. He just debuted in the German Bundesliga in March of this year. Now German's National Team trainer Joachim Löw will take notice of Felix Passlack. The future of Felix Passlack also might hold a gum sponsorship deal. "This gum stays fresh even when kicked around."

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