God fired! The Red Army abandoned the 10 rounds and 8 balls in the Spanish hat.

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 God fired! The Red Army abandoned the 10 rounds and 8 balls in the Spanish hat.


Aspas broke the deadlock in the opening 5 minutes. Aspas was in the upper left corner of the restricted area when he was handed across the left side of his team-mates. As a left foot, the usual practice at this time is to continue to break through vertically. But Aspas came to shoot in place, and the ball hung straight on the top right corner of the goal. In this perspective, it is very difficult to use the left foot to spin the far angle, which requires great stability of the firing.

In thirty-sixth minutes, the two highest goal was taken by the US. In the counterattack, Aspas got teammates direct on the left side of the front court. After observing the goalkeepers position, Aspas chose to shoot directly and remotely. The ball drew a beautiful falling arc, and flew over the door and flew into the net.

In eighty-second minutes, Aspas finished the hat trick. The defender returned the goalkeepers too lightly, and Aspass sharp forward insertion completed the steals. After easily passing the goalkeeper, Aspas sent the ball into the open door.

After a hat-trick, Aspashi scored eight goals in 10 rounds in La Liga and was alongside Stuani at the top of the scoring list. Aspas scored as many goals as Suarez and Benzema combined, both scoring four goals in La Liga. Aspas B adapted to the Premier League style, but has the nickname of Spanish Messi in La Liga. Apart from not being fast enough, Aspas does have a style similar to Messis, and his left-footed pass is excellent. In the last season, Aspas scored 23 goals in 37 games and eventually went on the world cup with the team. In the group stage against Morocco, Aspas equalized the score at the last minute. Unfortunately, he kicked a penalty spot against Russia. Source: NetEase sports writer: Zhang Lin editor in charge: Zhu Xiaoxu _NBJ10030

Aspas B adapted to the Premier League style, but has the nickname of Spanish Messi in La Liga. Apart from not being fast enough, Aspas does have a style similar to Messis, and his left-footed pass is excellent. In the last season, Aspas scored 23 goals in 37 games and eventually went on the world cup with the team. In the group stage against Morocco, Aspas equalized the score at the last minute. Unfortunately, he kicked a penalty spot against Russia.