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Slick dribbling leads to great goals you haven't seen
by Samuel Charles, April 4th, 2013 12:20AM
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[VIDEO PICK: Golazos] Two beautiful goals that both included genuinely impressive dribbling and quality finishes by lesser-known players from Yemen and Turkey during international games in Malaysia and Qatar.

Our first goal ended with an outrageous curving finish, and our second is simply unbelievable, involving some of the prettiest footwork you’ll ever see right on the edge of the box.

Aiman Al Hagri’s 12th minute goal for Yemen in a 2-1 loss at Malaysia in Asian Cup qualifying came after avoiding two fierce challenges on the wing, and the finish displayed a fierce hook of its own ...



From the title game of an U-23 friendly tournament hosted annually in Qatar, Iran beat Turkey’s B team 3-2, but Ridvan Simsek’s second-half goal for Turkey was one for the scrapbook.

Simsek settled a cross with his perfect first touch, beats three defenders with some sleight of hand, walks through a fourth, and then snatches a golazo of the highest order by pinging it off the post…



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  1. Andres Yturralde
    commented on: April 4, 2013 at 9:31 p.m.
    No, no, no... golazo, golazo... Simsekazo!

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