Female freestylers stop tourists in their tracks with Samba-like football display in Covent Garden
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This is the moment a group of female freestylers stopped tourists in their tracks with a Samba-like football display in the centre of London.
Charlotte Lade was sat on the ground in Covent Garden enjoying the sunshine when she picked up the ball and showed off her silky skills.
She was then joined by fellow keepie-uppie queens Aguska Mnich and Harriet Pavlou – with the trio taking turns performing the impromptu trick show.
Onlookers cheered on the display, which was arranged by Boots to celebrate its sponsorship of the national women’s teams of England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland – the first time one brand has sponsored all five nations.
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