We’ve all spent way too much time arguing over silly (but important!) barroom hypothetical questions before, like the classic “would you rather fight 100 duck-sized horses or one horse-sized duck?” However, since science has failed to make our dreams of genetically altered shaped ducks and horses come true, those will have to remain pure hypotheticals. But that doesn’t mean we can’t turn some absurd what-ifs into reality, especially when they take place on a different field of battle. Which is why three adults took on 100 children on a soccer field to answer the ultimate question: how funny would that be?
In this hilarious video, three adult Japanese men play against a bunch of small kids, who are in the classic 30-30-30-10 formation. The grown ups start with the ball back at their goal line, and from there they try to score while not hurting any of the kids.
Nothing to see here. Just three Japanese internationals vs. 100 school children lining up in a 30-30-30-10 formation. pic.twitter.com/yz5zkovKIK
— Ball Street (@BallStreet) January 8, 2018
Classic ball watching by the kids! You have to go where the ball will be, not where it was.
You might think this is a huge win for the superiority of adults, but it’s really a case for why coaching and teamwork is so important. Those kids are all acting on their own, playing like individuals. They need someone to give them a plan of attack to get them to play like a team. Because they could simply use their superior numbers to form a circle around each player, making it impossible for them to receive or make a pass.
What other sport should they do this with? Let us know in the comments below.
Featured Image: Universal Pictures
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Source : https://nerdist.com/japanese-soccer-pros-play-against-100-kids/