To Poland’s Ekstraklasa we go for a goal that’s sort of like Zlatan Ibrahimović’s legendary individual strike for Ajax against NAC Breda, except if all of those drags, cuts and rolls were performed against one hapless defender.
On Saturday, Wisła Kraków defeated Górnik Łęczna 3-1 with the game-winner ultimately belonging to Yaw Yeboah. It was a goal fit to win any game.
It’s subjective as to how many times he beats his marker, but I’m counting (1) on the juggle (2) on the cut inside (3) on the dribble to the goal-line (4) on the cutback inside and (5) on the final flourish of footwork before putting it inside the far post.
Does this count as one successful dribble or five on the stats websites?
He did it all himself
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Yeboah is a 24-year-old Ghanaian who’s made one appearance for the Black Stars. He was on the books at Manchester City for four years between 2014-2018 and continuously sent on loan, but this is his second season with Wisła Kraków.