How to Always Score in Soccer

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Robert Strike

In today’s video we take a look at how to improve as a striker and always score goals. You need to master these football / soccer skills to become a deadly striker and always score goals. We teach you these 5 football skill, so you can improve fast and impress your friends, coach and everyone else. Scoring goals in football is probably one of the most important things to learn as a striker, and it will help you get noticed by big clubs.

Follow this how to video, and your football skills will improve so fast that you will be scoring goals in no time. Improving your football skills is key to being successful, and videos like this one will help you a lot. In 5 minutes we show you how to learn these football skills to improve your game. The guy teaching you the football skills was a former professional striker and he has even scored in the champions league. He knows what he is talking about, so pay close attention, and you will learn these football skills faster than you can say how to. We teach you the 5 best ways to improve your goal scoring and your overall football skills.

  • Surprise the keeper
  • Keep it low
  • The far post
  • Composure
  • Practice

 

The last item I would add to this list of how to always score is for forwards to slow down when they get the soccer ball in the box. Yes, it’s similar to composure but it’s more than that. The best strikes in the world, think Robert Lewandowski of Bayern Munich, are always calm and composed when they get the ball near the goal. Top goal scores like Lewandowski know how to slow down in the goal box. And the best forwards know how to score those cheeky and clever goals too.

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