Watch Man United’s Robin van Persie beat Antonio Valencia at table football

Robin van Persie shows off some clinical finishing during a table football match with Antonio Valencia

He has been in decent form for Manchester United in recent weeks, and Robin van Persie has now carried his good run into the miniature version of the game.

A new video uploaded to YouTube shows the 31-year-old Netherlands international taking on his club team-mate Antonio Valencia – and beating him in emphatic fashion.

Striker Van Persie has netted 10 goals in 25 appearances in all competitions for Louis van Gaal’s United side so far this campaign and appears to have been practising his finishing in the miniature version of the game as well.

Valencia, meanwhile, has struggled in front of goal for the Red Devils of late. He has not scored this season and his last goal for United came way back in January of last year.

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Van Persie missed Monday night’s FA Cup win over Preston North End due to injury but is expected to be fit for United’s clash with Swansea City this weekend.

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