5 trademark but unstoppable moves in football
Football is one sport that unites millions of people together in support of one cause, one team and one goal. The beautiful game has gone on to spread smiles to the faces of billions of people all around the world.
Whether the sublime skills, great goals, unreal assists, passion, finesse, aggression or just sheer will power shown by the players. Football fans all over the globe have come to appreciate it all and know what to expect from various players in different situations.
Some of these moves have occurred so regularly that fans and even the opposition have come to expect it. Rival managers do all they can on the training pitch to avoid such glorious moves from wreaking havoc against their team.
The opposition and their manager expect this moves and plan against them. However, they somehow keep coming off time and time again. Here, we consider 5 trademark moves that are seemingly unstoppable.
#5 Arjen Robben's left footed shot to the top corner
The flying Dutch winger has terrorized defenders for more than 15 years. Whether at PSV, Chelsea, Real Madrid, Bayern or with the Dutch national team, he has been one player that rival managers have had to make plans for.
Arjen Robben's pace, dribbling, understanding of the game and a hammer of a left foot have been a threat to the opposition in a career that has seen him win 11 domestic league titles, the UEFA champions league, cup competitions and a multitude of individual awards.
Robben's trademark goal is the left-footed curled finish into the top corner from the right wing of the final third. Opposition players all know its coming, they come prepared to combat it but somehow the ball inevitably nestles in the top corner where he envisaged it.
With Robben leaving Bayern at the end of the 2018/19 season, the Bavarians will miss his absolute screamers from the right wing. Replacing such high calibre efficiency may prove difficult for the German giants.