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Amazing assistance from young stars
by Samuel Charles, July 30th, 2013 12:32AM

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[VIDEO PICK: Assistazos] Two incredible assists from players tabbed as future cogs of England and Germany's national teams, as Wilfried Zaha of Manchester United and Julian Draxler of Schalke 04 show how sharing can be daring.

Zaha is a 20-year-old winger who was a big reason Crystal Palace got promoted last season. A great athlete with flair, his arrival at Old Trafford has been anticipated by both Red Devil and Three Lions fans.

This clip sees Zaha easily track an overhit cross by Patrice Evra, then deliver a perfect no-look pass with the outside of his foot to Fabio for an exceptional finish in Hong Kong, where United beat Kitchee 5-2 ...

Still only 19, this assist by Draxler makes our first goal look pedestrian, and do not miss that spicy mustard on his final touch.

Schalke beat Al Sadd 9-0, but Raul, the 36-year-old Spanish legend and current Al Sadd player, still found a way to leave Germany with a goal. Raul played part of the game on Schalke with his former teammates, and grabbed the goal after the 6-foot-2 Draxler displayed his unreal skill ...

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