Denmark and Manchester United legend Peter Schmeichel was better known for saving shots, but he was not too terrible in chipping in with the odd goal or two during a sparkling career.
United's great Dane famously scored for United against Rotor Volgograd back in a UEFA Cup match in 1995 and repeated the feat for Aston Villa against Everton in 2001 when he became the first man to score in a Premier League match, but his son Kasper is not too shabby either.
With Leicester warming up for their return to the Premier League, Schmeichel Jnr used a training session to score a quite marvellous effort that any striker would be proud of as you can enjoy above.
He almost scored for Leicester in a match against Yeovil last year only for his majestic late header against Yeovil to wrongly be ruled as not crossing the line, before a team-mate quickly put the ball in to give the Foxes a goal anyway.
The training goal shows Kasper is obviously not only a threat with his head, and it's not just his hands that can win matches.
Though Kasper will always be known in some ways as 'Peter's boy' and his knack for pulling off similarly-stunning point-blank saves (and overhead kicks!) only trigger more comparisons, there is no denying that junior is himself a high-calibre goalkeeper.
Premier League defences should beware if they are leading Leicester late in a game this season, and Kasper comes up for a corner.
You can't say you weren't warned.
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