This third day of the Portuguese championship is surprising to say the least. After Spain’s defender from Sporting Lisbon, Pedro Borro, was shown on his streak against FC Porto, it was Jardel who scored a strange penalty for Firenze in the second division.
Whether it’s injury time like Robert Lewandowski, with a slow run to see which direction a goalkeeper is going, like Neymar or Hazard, or even a kid jumping in the middle of his career like Jorginho, footballers have continued to innovate and change their way of starting and receiving punishment. In the last years.
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This Sunday, during the third day of the Portuguese league, Fereinse player Jardel found a new technique for converting a penalty kick. The second-tier club striker failed to gain momentum and left his leg hanging in the air before suddenly shooting.
Despite taking the first shot on target with the goal of equalizing, the technique is not infallible as the Guinea-Bissau native did not convert the crucial penalty kick in the 96th minute to hand the victory to his team.