The Cruyff Turn is an evasive football move that was named after Dutch footballer Johan Cruijff, when he executed this feint in the 1974 FIFA World Cup. Now it is a staple of modern day football. To do this right, you have to look as if you’re ready to pass or cross the ball, but instead of kicking it, you drag the ball behind your planted foot with the inside of your crossing foot, turn 180 degrees and accelerate away from the defender. A bit theatrical, but then Old Trafford is known as the Theatre of Dreams. So what better way to practice the move than with the Manchester United F.C. Football HX BLK!