MUTU wrote: Element wrote:
MUTU wrote:[quote="BayernLove"]:deeptrollvoice: BUT DOES HE MISS PENALTIES?
Do you think Olic and Schweinsteiger would have missed their penalties against Ingolstadt II?
Could be yes.... those are professional players with salaries as big as revenue of Big companies
A penalty vs ingolstadt should be same as penalty vs Madrid
And olics penalty could have been saved by A 18 year old GK
Tell me you're joking please.
Composure and the tension build-up makes up 98% of the penalty. Someone may be scoring 100 penalties out of 100 in training, but even under the pressure of a simple Bundesliga match would flop it.[/quote]
Of course there is , not 98%
for them , there shouldnt be
I mean Schweinsteigers post Pk was probably due to extra care and tension (i will put it close to the post so that cech wont catch it) and the next thing you hear is BAAAAAAAAM it hit the post
Olics Pk was plain stupid just like Kroos PK vs Madrid
The keeper only needed to jump to the correct side and the PK was saved ...
Same goes To robbens PK
IF 98% is about tension , then i would give PKs to young players as they are too inexperienced and not FAMOUS enough to actually think about being afraid which is one of the reasons why those big players fail in PKs while smaller players usually do better
Keeping your nerve is a skill and talent,some have it , some dont
If you dont have it then simply dont shoot
Same goes to technique, if you dont have it , dont shoot
So i am still with scoring a PK vs LUKAS RAEDER is 90% same as scoring it vs Iker casillas
10% is due to tension and goalkeeper skills because if you put it accuratly and strong enough, no Gk can hold it
SHORT SAID : Penalties are about technique then tension, if you have the technique then No need for you to feel the tension
ASK DAVID ALABA VS MADRID , he trusted his foot and everything following was easy