Don’t call Justin Bieber a sissy, not after the display of soccer skills he displayed while visiting Chelsea Football Club stars Fernando Torres and Frank Lampard.
Bieber, 17, may be short and rail thin, but his ball control and striking skills could earn him a spot on any youth soccer league team.
Justin even seemed to surprise Spanish international striker Torres, 27, and British midfielder Lampard, 33, at Chelsea’s home ground, Stamford Bridge.
He hung out there on Dec. 7, and a video of his visit has just gone viral.
Growing up in Ontario, Canada, Justin was a well-rounded athlete who played soccer, basketball, hockey and skateboarded, according to his official bio.
During a visit with FC Barcelona in April, the team noted on its Web site that Bieber had “surprisingly decent skills with his left foot.”
Bieber was also voted the Most Valuable Player at the NBA All-Star celebrity basketball game in February, again, surprising everyone with his skills.
The Biebs actually entertained thoughts of becoming a professional hockey player, but put those dreams on hold to pursue his music career.
Now he’s saving all his sweet moves for girlfriend Selena Gomez, whom he’s swept off her feet.
Besides being a solid dancer, he’s also adept at playing the drums. And remember, he punched out that 12-year-old who got snippy at a paintball game.
Check out his on-field performance below: