He may make his living putting the ball in the net, but for a while during Mexico's World Cup preparation, Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez did his best to keep it out the other end.
The striker has not enjoyed the best of seasons at Old Trafford, starting just six league games first under David Moyes and then under Ryan Giggs. He also netted just nine goals in all competitions, despite being known as one of the deadliest finishers at the club.
Such has been Chicharito's fall from grace that he is also being tipped to miss out on a starting-berth for his country at this summer's World Cup. But has it really got so bad that he is now donning the goalkeeping gloves instead?
In truth it is a sight that many outfield players bless us with now and again. But watching Hernandez between the sticks was particularly entertaining, as at first his teammates pelted him with shots and later he looked half decent in the air, but less so on the ground.
When the action starts the fun will stop, and the United striker will be hoping to make as big an impact for his country as he did four years ago, when his new club's fans quickly realised what an outstanding finisher Sir Alex Ferguson had signed.