Must-See Goals

Must-See Goal: Motaz Salhani

      • LeaveAReply

        on second thought, that cannot be real. This has to be a doctored video. I mean, the guy making the actual assist is falling towards the ground when he lightly deflects it to the other guy who then scorpion kicks in from 30 yrds out. Thats a one in a million goal…cant be real


      • Wrighteous

        It is real. But I seriously doubt it was a shot on goal. It was most likely a fluke. The player was just trying to flick the ball on to himself with his heel, he misplayed it — into the goal.


      • fischy

        Also, if you look at the team’s supporters’ website, there’s an article telling fans how to distribute the video of the goal and it’s dated three days before the game was played.

        Totally staged. No doubt to distract attention from events in Syria.


    • Nate Dollars

      syrian. (no, i didn’t know off the top of my head. yes, i checked wikipedia. and yes, it already has a paragraph about this goal:) )


      • Nate Dollars

        and i’m a goddam moron. thought you were referring to the player, and totally skipped over the words ‘andres cantor’.


  • SoccerSchool

    prime time. he was looking for it all the way which makes it that much cooler.


    • iggy

      doesnt seem to me like he was thinking of chipping the keeper like that, but just was trying to knock himself in behind with the scorpion flick, and really just got all of it. That’s a heck of a highlight either way though


  • MemRook

    Instant classic. One in a million. Going in the archives. More cliches. All true.


  • PSU

    I don’t think people will be questioning whether this one should be on here as a must-see


  • KungFuSoccer

    Absolutely not what he intended to do. Still awesome and incredible goal. +50% awesomeness for the hyperenthusiastic arabic commentary. Please come and do the play by play for MLS.


    • PaulH

      +1, the arabic commentators are the best to foreign language broadcasts to watch. Insane enthusiasm.


    • Joe C.

      After the goal, it sounded like the commentary started singing to imaginary metal.


  • Brett

    Take note, THIS is a must see goal. No way he intended to score with the flick, but that doesn’t diminish it, IMO.


    • Anthony

      Definitely a fluke that he could not repeat, but still an absolutely RIDICULOUS goal


  • MLSatlanta

    I don’t see why so many people are saying he didn’t mean to do it. Have any of you tried to do this before? In order to generate enough power to score right there he didn’t just flop his leg up and hope for the best. Yes, he was extremely lucky to pull it off and not just completely wiff but that doesn’t mean he didnt have the goal in mind.


    • Expat4455

      Very true ML, since the keeper came out a flick would have gone in front of the keeper. He must have seen where the keeper was, therefor it had to be much more than a flick. imo, he saw a chance to fly one over the keeper and score the goal. And he did. Fantastic.


      • DCLee

        Agree with you both and think he was trying to pull that off. Amazing finish!


  • smartestonthepitch

    something odd here, the speed of the backward kick is not consistent with other motion and the goal is very wide?


    • Edmondo

      Nope. The goal does not seem wider than normal to me. Additionally, I can see the ball traveling like that if he received a ball with pace (which he did). I have seen fluke goals (or almost goals before). This one of them. For example, years ago, a former teammate of mine tried to flick a ball over his head (with his heel/sole) with enough power to one-time a power volley while running at full speed. Kinda like this guy (ball was behind him) and sent with pace, he mishit the ball with his heel but still had enough power it volleyed into goal. He was good player (good enough to play solid D1, but he admitted he never meant it).


  • Ivan

    Duuude, this was a special special goal…whether he meant it or not, wow, just wow!


    • DCLee

      Agreed. Special goal and I believe he meant it. Could he score that type of goal if you gave him 100 more chances to do it? Probably only once or twice but that doesn’t mean that he didn’t have the intention to do that with that shot and he pulled it off! Amazing GOLAZO!!


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