This incredible trick shot combines two sports in the perfect way

We’ve got a pool table trick shot for you – but it might not be what you expect.

Take a look.

The footage shows engineering student Jack Riley using his feet, knee and chest to slot the cue ball into the far pocket. The 18-year-old from Runshaw College in Leyland, Lancashire said the shot was his first attempt.

Liam Livesy, 17, who filmed the cross-sport trick shot said “no one expected it”. The video has over 5,000 likes on Twitter and drew congratulations from professional trick shot specialists the F2.

Asked if anyone bought him a beer after performing the shot though, Riley said: “I wish!”

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