Always Follow Your Shots – Especially Penalty Kicks

Follow your shots after you shoot: You never know when the keeper is going to drop the soccer ball or hit it back into the field of play. Expect the goalkeeper to bobble the soccer ball and miss control it. Follow all shots whenever you shoot. All the best forwards do it. And especially when taking a penalty kick, be ready to pounce on a follow up opportunity.

Everton’s Gylfi Sigurdsson has his penalty kick saved, but then scores on the rebound to make it 2-0 against Chelsea. If you a wrong soccer player there a few lessons to learn from this video below. One, always follow your shots, especially when taking a penalty kick. Two, it’s to remain calm and cool when you make a mistake and try to recover quickly and redeem yourself. Iceland international and Everton’s Sigurdsson does both here. Take note and follow his lead.

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Some say Everton paid too much money in signing Sigurdsson. However, he’s not only calm and cool under pressure. He doesn’t just follow up rebounds, Sigurdsson knows how to hit the ball with power and bend.

He can strike the ball from long range. Watch this great cut and turn and strike. Add this one to the ever-growing catalogue of incredible Gylfi Sigurdsson goals! The Iceland captain struck his third in two Premier League games to earn the Toffees a 2-1 victory over Leicester City at the King Power Stadium.

See Gylfi Sigurdsson’s Cruyff turn and stunning long-range finish earned the Toffees all three points at the King Power Stadium. Step forward, Gylfi with a bonafide Goal of the Season contender!

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But there’s more. Watch the Iceland international’s sublime strike at St Mary’s Stadium.

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Gylfi Sigurdsson has now scored 12 goals in the Premier League this season for Everton. He’s become a key player for Everton. The number 10 from Iceland plays a hard throughout every match, shutting down opposing attacking players and scoring goals as well. He can tackle and win possession back, score goals and set up other players. What a hero he must be for young players back in Iceland who want to play pro soccer.