The world's fastest man intends to play football professionally when his athletics career comes to an end next ye
Usain Bolt has already begun preparations for his move into football - but on this evidence, he has a fair bit of work to do to earn a contract at Borussia Dortmund.
The Jamaican sprinter has insisted he has what it takes to make it as a professional footballer and will train with Dortmund following his retirement from athletics after next summer's World Championships in London.
The 30-year-old joined French side JS Saint-Jean Beaulieu for a workout on Friday, but it didn't quite go to plan.
The amateur side's goalkeeper, Kevin Blois, took the session and described Bolt as "fast, powerful and good in the air", but footage of the Jamaican in action showed his football career was very much a work in progress.