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In case you didn't know already, Tim Sherwood is living the FA Cup dream as his Aston Villa side defeated Liverpool to reach the cup final.
Coming from 1-0 down to eventually win 2-1, Sherwood has accepted that his Villains will again be huge underdogs when they take on Arsenal at Wembley in May.
Although the talking point from Sunday's semi-final scalping of the Reds is Fabian Delph's winning goal, the true silky skills could be seen outside the ground before kick off.
As some excitable young Villa fans had a little kickabout down Wembley Way, a female police officer couldn't resist getting involved to show the kids how it's done.
In a round of keepy-uppy, the fans pass the ball to the on duty officer who shows off her delicate first touch before passing the ball back to her new team-mates.
Maybe Brendan Rodgers should be looking a little closer to home for a Steven Gerrard replacement.
Originally published on Mirror Online.