Hello, everyone, today we share some things you must know about shooting, I hope you like it!
There are no rules for shooting. The purpose of shooting is not to be beautiful, but to score. If you hear shooting, you think that shooting is limited to your feet. That’s because we have a preconceived concept of shooting. In the past, some strikers that everyone liked, Mueller, Inzaghi and Raul, didn’t shoot well, but they just scored.
This doesn’t mean that we don’t have to pursue technical perfection, we must do it well, because if we really want to shoot, we must score, exert ourselves, turn the corner and shoot the ball where we want to shoot.
However, we have said the perfect technique countless times. Put our supporting feet next to the ball, head down, tighten the core, pay attention to follow the ball, lock our ankles, and then kick the ball and land, like this.
But if we look up like this, or lean back, we will send the ball directly to the moon, which is definitely not what we want.
So what’s so special about these strikers mentioned above? They know where the ball is going, which is another form and part of shooting, because in essence, it is why we shoot, and we shoot to score.
Think about it, if we know where the ball is going, we can shoot it in. Sun Tzu, a great thinker and author of Sun Tzu’s Art of War, said, "If you defeat the enemy without fighting, the good will be good."
This means that we must find a way to achieve our goal instead of struggling like ants on hot bricks.
So whether you like him or not, Ronaldo can always score goals. He doesn’t care about those comments. If we want to win and score goals, look at what these players are doing.
Harland has many chances to shoot. He knows how to score goals. What else can we do?
Next, the most important thing is that we should take risks. In some leagues, the goal rate of shooting rebound is as high as 20-25%.
This means that if we shoot, although it doesn’t look the best, as long as the ball can pass the first defender, who knows what will happen?
Rebound ball is difficult for the goalkeeper to predict and react in time. Maybe the ball will bounce in from the knee, back and face. Anyway, we will never know until we try.
Remember, as a striker, we should dare to take risks, and as a defender, we should also dare to take risks, but we should take risks wisely, especially when we are in and around the restricted area, and don’t hesitate to shoot decisively.
That’s all for today. Please continue to pay attention to the road of football for more exciting football teaching!