The new trend of penalty kicks? The boss just needs a bird cage to walk and break the goal

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 The new trend of penalty kicks? The boss just needs a bird cage to walk and break the goal


In the 25th round of the championship, Charlton played away against Derby County. In the 10th and 77th minutes, Knight scored twice for Derby County. In the 83rd minute, Charlton got a penalty and Tyler was standing 12 yards away.

Taylor walked slowly to the penalty spot, walking at a constant speed throughout the process. Taylor doesnt have any rhythm changes like pausing or speeding up. When he gets to the penalty point, he pushes and shoots directly with his right foot.

The Derbyshire keeper took the wrong turn and Tyler eased the ball into the bottom right corner of the goal. This kind of penalty kick with no rhythm change in the whole walk is quite rare in international football. Give Tyler a bird cage, and he can turn into a walking master in the morning

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Source: Netease sports Author: Zhang Lin editor in charge: Li Xiaotian, ns6473