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This McDonald's Ad Beats Any World Cup Shot So Far

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You'll definitely get a kick out of McDonald's new World Cup ad.

The nearly two-minute video features a number of amateur football players performing some truly astounding soccer trick shots, all of which are completely legit.

That's right, no computer-generated imagery was used in the making of this fun little video, according to DDB Chicago, the agency that created it.

"I can confirm there was no CGI used on the film," a spokesperson for DDB told AdWeek. "It was definitely all trick shots by those people."

What's more, as AdWeek notes, the ad also features no McDonald's food whatsoever. And that's a welcome relief all of its own.

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