Set-piece routines look brilliant when they come off.
Think Matt Le Tissier's dipping volley against Wimbledon in 1994 or (one that England fans might want to forget) the time Javier Zanetti equalised for Argentina against the Three Lions on the stroke of half-time at the 1998 World Cup with a wonderfully worked free-kick.
But when things don't go so well, everyone involved looks daft.
That's particularly true of the players from Czech side Pribram who tried something a little different at a corner.
Five of their players wait on the edge of the box, but rather than jostle for position with their opponents, instead dance with each other around in a circle. They go around one way, then the other, before charging into the box. Then it goes wrong...
Watch the routine below...
If there's a Czech version of Strictly Come Dancing, this lot won't be invited on it.Reuse content