Jul 12, 2021 -- 3:16AM, lfc1971 wrote:
I don’t think there’s a goalkeeper in nfl though
There wasn't a goalkeeper by the time he made contact. It was an open goal
Jul 12, 2021 -- 4:10AM, penzance wrote:
good job 3 missed,if just 1 had would've been terriblefor him.They're already getting abuse from Pr1cks online.
They are bots trying to stir the pot
Jul 12, 2021 -- 3:59AM, Storm Alert wrote:
Sure is cruel if you are an English or Spanish fan. Every time England lose a shoot-out Sir Trevor Brooking is dragged out and spouts the usual nonsense that the pressure of taking a one can't be reproduced.Penalties do involve skill. There is no excuse for some of the technical abhorrent penalties some of our players serve up. Keepers rarely save penalties smashed into either the left or right hand corner and never if high up. Our players should practice those to death and also if they can't consistently kick the ball firmly they should be at the back of the queue.Shocking that Southgate thought it was a good idea for Saka to take the 5th pen ahead of more established experienced players like Sterling.
If Southgate really did pick them he should be telling the likes of Sterling that you're on one and that's how it is. Arguably player of the tournament but can't take a penalty
Jul 12, 2021 -- 4:03AM, lfc1971 wrote:
It was an unbelievable decision , not only because Saka had hardly played international football But also he is technically poor , and always will be
Saka is technically one of England's best players. Penalties are just random, the big mistake was believing there is some 'science' to it and that England had cracked it with all their analysis. That's why they actually played for penalties.