Doctor reveals the big secret behind Lionel Messi’s free kick technique
Barcelona player Lionel Messi is one of the best free kick-takers in the world given many goals Argentina has scored through this practice on the pitch.
The six-time Ballon d’Or winner has scored more than 50 free kicks against several clubs in Europe so far in Lionel Messi’s football career.
It’s also got to the point where clubs have started putting players in their efforts to stop Lionel Messi from scoring behind their goalkeeper.
But all these attempts were abortive as Lionel Messi’s way to score free kicks for Barcelona will always hit him.
Even recently, a poll conducted by SportsBible voted Lionel Messi as the greatest free kick-taker of all time.
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according to the report on SportsBible, Lionel Messi’s big secret of how he scores brilliant free kicks has been revealed.
Dr Rajpal Brar is the one who has provided an analysis of what Lionel Messi does which is helping him in set pieces.
“When Messi strikes the ball, he shifts his hip to the right.
He really moves his hips to the right as he’s striking to open up his left strike leg.
“And what that does on his plant leg is that it shifts all the weight to the outside of the foot.
“We call it ‘inversion sprain’ when it twists inwards – it’s that same force.
You have all that force on the outside of your ankle and it twists inwards.
But in Messi’s case, he’s trained himself and his body to control that motion,”. doctor told the Squawka podcast.