Finishing

Chip From Distance

When the goalkeeper is far enough away from the net, chipping from distance is a great scoring technique to use. It involves striking the ball just above the toes and very low to create extra spin, while lifting the ball high into the air with the right amount of power-so the shot doesn't fall short or go over the net. The quicker you kick, the faster the spin you can create. Players who have the vision to chip can maximize their chances of getting the ball in the goal.

Side Scissor Kick

The side scissor kick is a great finishing move in the air for advanced players who are willing to commit. It’s useful when there isn’t time or the right angle to get your head on the ball, but want to try to score. First you need to start the wind up early and swing your non-kicking leg towards the ball. Then kick with a smooth stroke and let the momentum come from having a firm foot.

Pulisic Scores In Second-Straight UCL Game And Spares Us From Another Griddy — Blues Defeat Lille

Christian Pulisic made it two goals in two games against Lille as Chelsea defated the defending Ligue 1 champion 2-1 on Wednesday to win 4-1 on aggregate and advance to the UEFA Champions League quarterfinals. The Pulisic goal vs Lille came at a perfect time for the Blues, who had struggled to create any chances in the first half.

Superhuman Cristiano Ronaldo Puts All Of Manchester On His Back With Hat Trick To Defeat Spurs

Cristiano Ronaldo is one of the most enthralling players to ever grace the field. If you didn’t tune into Manchester United’s 3-2 victory vs. Tottenham on Saturday, you missed out on a Ronaldo masterclass. Even if you’re not a Red Devils fan you have to admire the brilliance of CR7. A Ronaldo hat trick vs Spurs got the job done for United.

Ronaldo Hat Trick vs Spurs

The Portuguese superstar scored the opening goal of the game in the 12th minute with a bullet shot that flew by the outstretched hands of Hugo Lloris.

The Players With The Most Career Goals In Soccer History

This list for the players with the most career goals in the history of soccer stretches from players who played in the early 1900s to the present day. Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi score at an unprecedented rate in today’s game, but there are those from history whose rate of scoring was even more impressive.

The Guinness World Record for the most goals scored in a specified period is 1,281 by the Brazilian great Pele, born Edson Arantes do Nascimento.

Cristiano Ronaldo Ties World Record Goal Tally With A Screamer And Gets Record 15 Minutes Later

Age is a myth for Cristiano Ronaldo. The Portuguese superstar netted the 805th goal of his career on Saturday vs Tottenham. At 37 years old he’s still scoring goals that simply make your draw drop. This Ronaldo goal vs Tottenham in the 12th minute was no exception.

Unreal Long-Range Goals From Modric And Camavinga Three Minutes Apart Helps Madrid To 4-1 Win

MADRID — Real Madrid fought back to earn a 4-1 home win against Real Sociedad that extended their lead at the top of LaLiga to eight points ahead of second-placed Sevilla on Saturday.

Real dominated the game but they fell behind after 10 minutes to a penalty converted by Mikel Oyarzabal.

Teenager Eduardo Camavinga came to the rescue five minutes before halftime, rifling home the equaliser from 25 meters with an unstoppable left-footer that went in off the post.

Neymar Tries His Goofy Stutter-Step Penalty And Fails Spectacularly As PSG Loses To Nantes

Paris Saint-Germain’s penalty kick woes continued Saturday during the team’s 3-1 loss to Nantes in Ligue 1. Lionel Messi saw his penalty kick against Real Madrid in the Champions League saved on Tuesday. Four days later Neymar has topped Messi’s penalty fail with one of his own. This Neymar penalty vs Nantes is about as dismal as they come.

Harry Kane Might Have Just Saved The Title Race In The Premier League Game Of The Season

Harry Kane was at his magnificent, glorious best on Saturday as he scored a brace to hand Manchester City its first Premier League loss since Oct. 2021. There aren’t enough adjectives in the dictionary to describe how entertaining Tottenham’s victory at Etihad Stadium was.

In the span of three minutes Manchester City’s players went from thinking they had scored a game-tying penalty kick in the 92nd minute to picking the ball out of their own net after Kane did what he does best.

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