Inter - Frosinone (12 Nov 23) [2-0]

brehme1989

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That pic is blurry and his head looks like he's looking at the goal from that pic, but I see it from another perspective through. His head movement is instinctively which doesn't prove anything because his biggest focus was scanning his right side and instantly making ball execution.

Yeah he looked to his right side briefly and saw zero options... why would he try to throw rhe ball there?

Why wasn't his body turned in a way to facilitate a cross?

Why was he falling on his left side and not on the front, stopped or move to his right after that attempt if it was intended 120 degrees on a different direction?

Why did he keep looking at the ball while slumping in a run, after attempting rather than be disappointed that he fucked up the cross?

Just like when there is a sort of doubtful penalty call, and a screenshot of the vid won't tell the whole story because in the clip you could analyse body movement, ball movement, distance and intentions. I dunno if it makes sense what I am trying to explain, but this isn't mathematics. Take into consideration every detail as timing, positioning and so on.

Yeah, taking everything into account, it's a clearly intended goal attempt.

You're literally ignoring all evidence and focus on something that's meaningless and creating a narrative out of it. Players don't always look where they're hitting the ball anyway. Most of them actually just look at the ball and their feet...
 

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The fact his ankle is positioned in a way which indicates a shot forward than any curved attempt is the thing for me. You don't do a cross with ankle position in that way, since in that case you'd need a lot of curve to the ball.

On top of the fact that the guy himself saying it was intentional. Why the fuck would he lie about something like that? If you don't believe Dimarco himself, that tells more about you and your bad faith thinking if you don't believe him.
 

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Why would I quit believing in Dimarco? Just because I share different opinion or I see it from another prespective from you guys?

He may even pretend that goal was intentional. If he would say otherwise, maybe people would have different perception towards the goal which is still exceptional no matter that I think intentions were different. I just don't buy these narratives of what the other guy posted above.

You guys make it sound like this is a sort of science which everything has to be on point. For fucks sake man, this is football and it can take sudden circumstances that are difficult to explain. I have so many examples on how crazy goals were scored despite intentions were different before execution of the ball.


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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0SjvhrLP93A

Couldn't post properly Maicon's goal because of copyrights, instead I've put a link in the code, check it through a slow motion. There's a few more which I cannot find proper clips on YouTube because of poor quality.

I'm not gonna debate any further. But remember, Dimarco has tried A LOT of these kind of long balls. Of course he would put extra effort because of long distance in these long balls.
 
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To be fair, did he even needed to look at goalkeeper's position ? .... He coukd just know from previous actions, that goalkeeper is usually further from the goal... it is not something that change so often and goalkeepers just do not count with shots like these.
 
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