ROBERTO FIRMINO has change into recognized for his no-look finishes in a Liverpool shirt – however he is but to tug off an elusive no-touch objective.
Pablo Parra – a legend of Argentine membership Cipolletti – pulled off the cheeky dummy at a South American event to completely humiliate the goalkeeper.
After beating the offside entice to be threaded by on objective, Parra brilliantly hoodwinked the keeper with a feint because the ball rolls previous him into the empty web.
The masterful bait-and-switch means the strike is technically awarded to the sockless quantity eleven who performed the go however Parra is the person who takes the plaudits.
Probably the most well-known dummy has lengthy been related to Brazilian legend Pele, who first unveiled his runaround transfer throughout a 1970 World Cup match towards Uruguay.
The 78-year-old rolled keeper Ladislao Mazurkiewicz however did not information his effort into the online and followers on-line have now been awed by Parra’s variant of the transfer.
One supporter savagely reminded others of Pele’s try by writing: “Wow…If Pele did that. Oh proper, he did. However he missed.”
One other posted “Somethings are simply so outrageous,” and Twitter person Mike Taylor commented, “Objective of the Without end!”
Thierry Henry rolled again the years final June with a cheeky no-look go to Zinedine Zidane as France’s World Cup successful facet of 1998 took on an All-Star 98 XI.
Manchester United’s Paul Pogba additionally shocked followers with a tremendous no-look flick as a ball flew dangerously in the direction of a digicam whereas he was doing a TV interview.