Mauro Bressan`s Bicycle Kick

Submitted by: AfterDeath 9 years ago Sports

A beautiful once-in-a-career goal.
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Male 564
Ah, let`s move on from this. This has gotten quite old now.
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Male 2,616
Standards, "go on the floor crying" is a direct quote from somebody else.

To reiterate the exercise point: people don`t watch sports with the intent of getting in shape. Exercising and watching TV are two separately understood entities, and most people (clearly not wateva_x) realize this.

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Male 564
Woah, "Slightly touched by their opponent"...
Try WATCHING a game of football before you talk. On the topic of phsical fitness while watcihng sports; there have been several books written to help advocate excercising in the middle of commercials. There are in fact several ways to do that too.
On it being "clearly over-rated".
How can it be clearly over-rated if we are having this discussion?
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Male 564
BTW Akappy, they dont go on the floor in football. (grass)
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Male 564
GUYS! We got AKappy on our side. We win.
End of this debate.
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Male 2,616
Professional athletes get paid because they entertain. Viewing a sporting event is primarily a form of HAVING FUN. If people want to get exercise, they`ll exercise... not watch a sport.
Having fun is not useless.

As for it NOT being physically taxing- are you kidding me? Running up and down a field for hours is extremely tiring and requires a great deal of endurance. Most of the time, the players don`t "go on the floor crying" because they`re actually hurt- they are trying to get a call. I don`t necessarily condone it, but it`s a result of the players being competitive, not total pansies.

Even if they WERE all pansies, it wouldn`t negate the fact that they are skilled athletes. Just because rugby players are physically tougher doesn`t validate their sport as the king of all sports. Get a clue

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Female 691
"So, the world is wrong, and you`re correct?"

oh and as for that- no, i dont think im right. or wrong. right and wrong is only determined by personal taste. but i seem to be `wrong` to everyone else and `right` to myself.
so no one can really be right. the only thing i cn think of currently that is not determined by personal preference is scientific, proven fact. because of course, majority vote does not create fact.

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Female 691
How? they run around for 90 minutes they get slightly touched by an opponent and they go on the floor crying, go adn watch some rugby videos and tell me that football is still the more physically vexing sport

dude, ive been trying to make that point for ages. well put. *applauds*

AKappy-
i was actually stating MY opinion that its a useless sport in the way that if your watching it, you arent playing it, and if you arent playing it, you arents getting fitter. making WATCHING the thing useless. if more people played it, i would have no problem with it.
oh and for the record, i AM a total opinionated bitch. thats not going to change anytime soon.

cue people still trying to make me look worse.

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Male 211
Overmann said "physically vexing"

How? they run around for 90 minutes they get slightly touched by an opponent and they go on the floor crying, go adn watch some rugby videos and tell me that football is still the more physically vexing sport

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Female 288
well that got my heart pounding. better go get me a footsoccerballthing.
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Male 2,616
wateva_x, how can you say it is "clearly overrated." So, the world is wrong, and you`re correct? Good call. The love of a particular sport is an entirely subjective matter, so you`re just going to have to deal with the fact that a number of people are going to disagree with you. Don`t pass off your irritating opinions as if they`re fact- it makes you come off as a condescending bitch. Ya know, for future reference.

P.S. I`m not a fan of football (soccer), but I`m not going to consequently say it is a useless sport. Entertainment is important.

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Female 691
oh. it was cut off. well, i said
it would be better if about 1/2 the population liked playing sport.
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Female 691
"You clearly hate sports, and men in shorts."

i dont hate all sports. just the clearly overrated ones.
oh, and i hate about 95% of men. in shorts or not.
as for the barbie picture, i find it funny because barbie itself is a stereotype, but thats off topic.
"How does seeing men become physically fit make someone sit on their arse?"
well, if your sitting watching men become fit, then you are probably not doing any excercise.
"Do you understand how to draw a foul? Clearly not" i do understand when someone is exaggerating an injury. sure, people HAVE been injured playing football, but its the whiny ones that really get to me.
"you seem a bit of a stay-at-home-i-can`t-do-anything-that`s-physically-demanding person."
i would rather be down at my local gymnasium, practicing walkovers. but i injured my legs, and cant go.
"maybe 1/2(guessing, give me a break) of the population enjoys sports, regardless of what it may be.&quo

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Male 142
that was cool, but Timbaland? really? what the heck does that have anything to do with anything?
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Male 1,275
Fluked
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Female 2,695
beastly.
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Male 88
apparently his legs were goin faster than helicopter blades or somethin..thats what sports science said
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Male 7
nice kick
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Male 226
Damn Hell! Sweeeet! Soccer is F-T-W
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Male 564
Also, something that benefits society? Wow, get out more. A lot of people find enjoyment in a football, football american style, rugby, all that stuff. It`s better than watching cartoons and eating sh*t all day, or going online and blogging flares about how much you hate sports. I don`t see how a sports player isnt benefiting society when maybe 1/2(guessing, give me a break) of the population enjoys sports, regardless of what it may be. How does seeing men become physically fit make someone sit on their arse? I don`t see how you can blame sports for everyones obesity problem. Since i proved you wrong before, tell me. How is football for pansies? Are you saying that due to your lack of ability for the game? For a person who`s 13-17, and a picture that shows barbie logos(even with the crude remark at the bottom of it) you seem a bit of a stay-at-home-i-can`t-do-anything-that`s-physically-demanding person.
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Male 564
wateva_x, learn to NOT contradict yourself..

"Go play rugby, you wussies."
"I think they should go and get real jobs."
You clearly hate sports, and men in shorts.
"...Payed to run around and kick a ball into the net."
Um, rugby is getting payed to run around lateraling the ball into the goal line. I see a resembelence.
"...hurt..Exgaggerating.." Do you understand how to draw a foul? Clearly not.
"Why did he do it anyway?"
Because if he let it hit the ground the other player would have gotten the ball. I doubt he did it intentionally, just trying to get it near the net for his team.
Deaf_woman, Post the Zidane headbutt and i`ll give you more credit.

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Male 277
Fine goal. I couldn`t have scored that goal in a million years.
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Male 1,039
I made 2 between my U12 and U14 league playing years....so it`s not Once in a career, although, I`m sure it`s darn near impossible in a professional league.
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Female 1,407
Once in a career, indeed. Well done! ^0^
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Male 521
Over 8 years old
but still impressive.

Notice how most of the people dissing are women or american ;)

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Female 691
bottom line of my point of view-
to ME, football is useless. thats my opinion and it is set in marble and will not be swayed by anyone or anything.
although i do think that more people who like football should go out and play it. obesity crisis would probably be numbed down a little.
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Female 691
"You are truly the definition of an idiot. You wouldn`t last 10 seconds out there."

out where? on a football field? why in hell would i be at a football field anyway. footballs for pansies.

as for the reject that called me a tard, i have no mental handicaps what-so-ever. therefore in all logic, i am not mentally retarded.

my definition of a real job? physician, scientist, therapist, judge, something that benefits society in someway. god, these footballers could be sports teachers for all i care.
Isobar, Well said.
also i dont think `soccer` is the msot physically demanding sport. gymnastics, shotokan karate, etc, all carry a higher risk than `soccer` of injury and possible paralysis.
i respect them for being in top physical form, but being extremely fit is nothing when all it does is encourage people to sit on their ever expanding arses to watch them.
oh and to the person that doesnt like my posts, dont like em, dont read em!

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Male 293
I won`t lie, I love soccer and I can only watch games every once in awhile. I just can`t get into it as much as I do playing it. But yeah, soccer is one of the most physically demanding sports in the world. I played American football and European football, American football was nothing compared to running nonstop for 45 minutes straight. Both sports are incredible though, it is baseball that is the waste of time when it comes to American sports. It might be hard to bat, but with all the steroid abuse and bad publicity they got this year, I wish they would just quit.
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Male 1,072
meh i h8 football and the music made it worse :<
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Female 1,470
Damn, what an awesome goal!
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Male 2,486
Huh, the post cut it off, anyways..

If that was too hard for you to muscle through.. here, I dumbed it down for you:
"lol ur dum go kil urslf"

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Male 2,486
"duh, i already knew that. as for respecting these people, i think they should go and get real jobs. the kids in my school, and my friends schools, and in every school i know, that want to be pro footballers are always the ones with brains like strawberry custard.
pro footballers need to go get real jobs.
pardon my distaste for custard brained halfwits running round a field like pansies."

You are truly the definition of an idiot. You wouldn`t last 10 seconds out there.

What`s your definition of a real job? Doing something earning alot less money, and something alot less entertaining for everyone including them, maybe doing something they are alot less passionate about?

Before you speak of people with "strawberry custard" for brains, please, look at your own dribble that you just made all of us painstakingly read through,and maybe, just maybe, don`t post it at all.

If that was too hard for you to muscle through.. here, I dumbed it down for you:
&qu

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Male 259
"best moment in football*soccer for all us americans*"

Don`t forget us Australians too! :D

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Male 259
um..ok then mrpopenfresh
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Male 79
wtf mrpopenfresh...?
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Male 1,036
Oh hey, I`m playing soccer. Oh hey, I have the best strike/goal ratio, wich is .0001%. I hit the net 5 times out of 60 because I ave the best aim in the game.
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Male 79
deaf woaman u shoulda posted Zidane head buttin materazzi in the chest

zidane and materazzi

best moment in football*soccer for all us americans*

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Female 2,084
that`s pretty damn sweet. and yea. that WAS alot of replays. i think we got the point after the 3rd time.
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Male 213
What is luck? If you are good and take shots over and over one is bound to go in. They didnt show all the shots that didnt go in, are those unlucky? Or is it only lucky because he was upsidedown while shooting?
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Male 896
I was hoping it was going to be a Lu Kang bicycle kick. You know, asian man from mortal combat.
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Female 51
u tell em overmann!!
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Male 125
Nightshifter, is there anything to do with closets you`d like to get off your chest?
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Male 125
FALCON...

KICK

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Female 183
Someone, please inform that man that I am single and disease-free.
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Male 98
I didn`t think that anyone liked soccer enough to make a music video about it.
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Male 50
I don`t know why, but I was excepting to see a Liu Kang type of deal go down. None the less still impressive.
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Male 50
wateva_x, you are a tard.
The reason footballers are paid so much is because its such a high earning industry, it`s not like they are being payed by our taxes. And as for going to get real jobs, why on Earth would they want to go out there and flip burgers (with their brain cells) when they can be paid a ridiculous amount more for doing about 4 hours work a week but they are doing work they love and enjoy doing.
Football (not soccer i mean football) is the greatest, most passionate, and the mostly widley played and simple sport in the world, better than all others.
Oh and a damn good goal
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Male 1,204
akappy has mastered the art of comedy.
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Male 6
You know he was thinking "Wtf just happened" after he got off the ground.
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Female 943
dayummmm. it hit the goal post and went in!
nice song hahah.
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Male 59
I am most deffinetley jealous of him.
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Male 646
I thought this was a clip featuring a bad goalie, not a bicycle kick.
But football is the winner on the day.
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Female 187
yaaay football!
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Male 1,078
i wish they showed some more replays.
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Female 2,064
Damn, that went FAR too. And it still made it in! =D
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Male 2,159
Fecking genius!

Gotta love a successful overhead kick.

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Male 1,287
Note to internet video producers: Lay off the replay. Once or twice extra is okay; this was ridiculous. When the video is over you can hit play again. Amazing concept!
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Female 691
"umm cos thats what your meant to do in football, score goals."

duh, i already knew that. as for respecting these people, i think they should go and get real jobs. the kids in my school, and my friends schools, and in every school i know, that want to be pro footballers are always the ones with brains like strawberry custard.
pro footballers need to go get real jobs.
pardon my distaste for custard brained halfwits running round a field like pansies.

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Male 101
I apologise for the music, but it was the only video which wasn`t "GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOL"-filled. ;)
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Male 54
Fantasic shot, certainly was what he was aiming for. My only criticism would be that the keeper coul have done better.
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Female 1,832
That was an amazing kick and I kinda liked that song. I never heard of it before *lives in cave*.
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Female 1,832
that ROFL was for B-Hazard
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Male 1,361
that goalie is like...WTF?
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Female 1,832
^^^^^^^^^^^ ROFL
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Male 3
Zidane is a sad loser!
Many players scored that way,Materazzi too, and he is a defending player.:)
Only Zidane felt good to trash his career hitting a fellow player
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Male 2,958
-Precisely how useful something is is definitely not proportional to how popular said something is. -

exactly.

just look at pet rocks and paris hilton.

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Male 2,720
^ WAY more entertaining.
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Male 2,720
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Female 300
nice shot, crappy song
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Male 2,600
"and how is it a useless sport? i mean its like the most popular sport there is."

Precisely how useful something is is definitely not proportional to how popular said something is. With that said, how are sports in general *not* useless? I happen to think football (get it right, Americans) is the most entertaining and physically vexing sport out there, but in the grand scheme of things it is useless, as are all sports.

"...with people paid too much to run around and kick a ball into a net..."

It takes a lot of energy and physical prowess to run around on that field. You should respect that even if you can`t appreciate it.

One more thing: there is no luck, there is only... physics.

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Male 46
And the award for the video with the most inappropriate music goes to:
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Male 61
wateva_x
`why did he do that anyway?`

umm cos thats what your meant to do in football, score goals.

and how is it a useless sport? i mean its like the most popular sport there is.

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Male 101
Soccer still sucks
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Female 913
sweet
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Female 691
ps- i know he did that bicycle scissor action thing, but when it all boils down, its a fluke he got it in.
why did he do that anyway?
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Female 691
ugh.. football. such a useless sport, with people paid too much to run around and kick a ball into a net, and when they get hurt, roll on the floor exaggerating everything like little attention seeking babies.
damn, go play rugby ya wusses.
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Female 227
wow.. v.cool!!
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Female 831
"oh my word that`s stunning"

that was drating amazing.

and then timbaland has to ruin everything like he does.
oh well. he must not have been from Italy because he`d be to scared to do that--wouldn`t wanna mess up his hair.

am i right? am i right? am i? cos I dunno the stereotypes..

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Male 180
i wish that i was that good at soccer
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Male 1,091
yeah, I`m proud of it too...
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Male 4,012
*envy*

That was damn lucky. It nearly hit the post, goalkeeper almost caught it, someone else could have been in the way, etc etc.

Once-in-a-career indeed. Though I`ve seen a few good bicycle kicks in my lifetime (not this good though).

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Male 4,246
Well, good for him.
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Male 2,616
That guy is effin` good at baseball.
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Male 298
I love soccer, but i hate timbaland, now im confused
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Male 376
ok ok nice shot(tho luck had something to do with it) but did we really need to see it 28 times...?
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Male 227
Stupid americans know nothing about soccer... *Russian Accent*

I watched it live...My jaw fell off xD

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Male 513

When I was in high school I saw a cute guy on the football team do that and I nearly pooped my pants when he did.
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Male 1,347
wow holy poo nice, though doubtful it was intentional...clips the crossbar too, nice kinda bicycle/scissor action
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Female 496
Man, it barely made it in there. Lucky bastard.
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Female 302
Wow, so many replays.
Still cool though.
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Male 101
Link: Mauro Bressan`s Bicycle Kick [Rate Link] - A beautiful once-in-a-career goal.
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