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These nutmegs will spice up your Friday
by Samuel Charles, April 25th, 2013 9:45PM
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[VIDEO PICK: Magic Feet] A pair of uber entertaining nutmegs from opposite sides of the globe finds a goalkeeper in Sweden testing the boundaries of risk-reward in his own box and the Copa Argentina producing one of the most picturesque nutmegs in soccer history.

Totaling 45 seconds, the sheer audacity of our first protagonist is beyond measure, while our second transcends sports altogether, offering South American artwork.

In the second half of a scoreless game Sunday, Hacken keeper Christoffer Kallqvist got a backpass with Malby striker Marcus Ekenberg bearing down on him. Instead of clearing it, the keeper decides to show off his footwork, just yards off his line.

Hacken won 2-0, and the big redhead even got a hand for his suicidal bravery from Ekenberg ...



Words only get in the way of this Baryshnikov in cleats moment that is Matias Mologni’s pivot and nutmeg in Central Cordoba’s 2-0 loss to All Boys Wednesday.

If our readers have ever seen a prettier nutmeg than this one, sound off, because we’d like to see it…



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