It has been predicted many times before and it will be predicted many more times in the future whether or not a talented prospect is the next Messi. I’m not saying that this kid is the next Messi. Who could after just one :15 second clip? What I do know is that this kid is talented and I hope he continues to evolve because he looks like a very special talent.
He let up two goals but scores this stunning equalizer to tie the game Den Haag 2 – 2 PSV in the Eredivisie. I think he more than made up for it.
A new week has begun and the countdown to the weekend is just getting started. Help get the week started on the right track with these three golazos.
It was actually scored back in October 2014, however due to the fact it was during an amateur under-19s game in Germany, it’s taken a short while to unearth. In a match between BW Hollage and BV Cloppenburg, the visitors’ Tom Wagner scored an outrageous volleyed golazo on an angle.
This might be an old goal but it needed to be posted because of how amazing it is. It’s like the ball has a mind of its own. I’m not sure how he does this. Is he a magician? Who knows. If he were actually magical though I bet he’d be on a better team.
The first goal from Anass Achahbar is definitely an early candidate for the Puskas Award. It was is amazing. The amount of body control and concentration it takes for the first goal is simply absurd. The second goal was incredible too. A player who can score goals like this is definitely someone worth keeping an eye on. Since he is only 21 I wouldn’t be surprised to see him in a top tier league within the next few years if he keeps scoring goals like this.
Take time to truly admire this goal from Saad Tedjar (ASO Chlef) that he scored in the Algerian Cup. He makes the defenders look like fools as he dances around and over them with the ball. So much control it is sickening.