WATCH: Former Swansea striker Lee Trundle scores mind-boggling penalty

Former Swansea hero Lee Trundle has scored an outrageous, take-the-mick penalty that puts a Panenka to shame.

The 40-year-old walks up to the spot and, bending down to feign tying a shoelace, toe-pokes the ball right into goal.

The striker, now banging in the goals for Welsh division two side Llanelli Town, was playing in a charity match for Swansea All Stars.

The game was being played to raise money for a local woman who is suffering from breast cancer.

The big man knocked in a double hat-trick in an 11-4 victory.

Still got the magic.

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