Only In Soccer Would These 10 Seconds Happen

Submitted by: DwightSh 4 years ago Sports

Bop... again.
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Male 14,774
Too lol
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Male 1,399
There is only one soccer that I watch, and that is Leo Messi soccer. Why? This:

Leo Messi never flops
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Male 423
IMO I disagree, having played both types of soccer I always found outdoor was about pacing yourself because it can have all that close quarters maneuvering while still having the full field aspect and little to no subbing at the more competitive levels. As far as indoor goes, my hockey conditioning probably always made a huge difference because you skate your guts out for a minute/ minute and a half then sub and then do it again with as little a minute to catch your breath sometimes, so short bursts of extreme physical exertion don`t tire me out like they do some apparently.
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Male 1,045
@Inter237
They just say it`s low scoring because every goal is worth one point, and not 6 like in handegg.
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Male 2,441
@NOCASH, that`s very false. Indoor is very fast paced and tiring; you never stop moving. That`s why there is so much subbing.

@faaaaq, indoor is usually pretty high scoring.
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Male 694
MacGuffin, have you EVER seen a game of soccer? i think you need to subtract oh, all of the points from both of your figures
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Male 653
@NOCASH and yeah, indoor footie`s far more tiring.
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Male 653
In a game where the score is usually 1,882,992 to 1,882,851? What game`s that, pinball?
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Male 25,416
ha ha ha that was awesome
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Male 338
@nocash
...says the guy who has evidently never played 5-a-side
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Female 2,602
Anybody else get the impression that the goalie was deliberately aiming for the guy`s head? In a game where the score is usually 1,882,992 to 1,882,851, some people might consider sacrificing a single goal for the sheer satisfaction of walloping your opponent in the face with a ball at close range to be worth it.
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Female 11
NOCASH - on the contrary, it`s actually much harder work as you constantly changing direction, covering opposition, and trying to get into space.
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Male 284
Older than the internets. If this is your first time seeing it... lurk moar.
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Male 22
Love that the keeper hides in shame in the goal ha ha
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Male 423
Arena soccer is pathetic, takes all the athletics out of the sport when you can walk the field in 10 seconds.
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Male 4
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