Manchester United midfielder Shinji Kagawa has found a new way to be part of a winning team, by playing against kids.

Kagawa, who had some help from Nurnberg striker Hiroshi Kiyotake, took on 33 children in a crazy Japanese television exhibition and easily scored. But the challenge didn't stop there as another two teams came out to join the barrage.

An intimidating line-up of school children covered the field, but the 55 kids struggled to keep pace with the professionals who were moving at full tilt.

Perhaps Kagawa's winning mindset will rub off on his Manchester United side, who have lost their last three matches for the first time in the club's history.