A privileged group of young footballers had a special treat when members of the great Dutch team PSV Eindhoven gave them some tips at Hong Kong Sports Institute. Six players from the visiting Dutch side, who will play Hong Kong's national team on Friday for the Nike Challenge Cup at the Hong Kong Stadium, treated youngsters to their dazzling soccer skills. Nike had organised a clinic for the institute's under-15 soccer scholarship players. 'By allowing our young players to meet world class players such as those from the PSV team, we hope these youngsters will get some inspiration and insights,' said Nike Hong Kong managing director Adam Koo Tze-cheung. Along with their coaches and trainers, the PSV players demonstrated ball-control, dribbling and shooting skills. PSV Eindhoven assistant trainer Rob Baan said: 'These young Hong Kong football players have very good attitude. Although there are still many things they have to learn, some of them have very high potential to be professional football players. 'What they need at this stage is a lot of practice to improve their technical skills.' One of the lucky youngsters, Kwan Chun-fung, said: 'The training session was more serious than we expected. Instead of coming around just to sign autographs, the PSV coaches and players really showed us how they were trained. I think we have learned that being the best does require a lot of hard work.'