‘Manner play’ that prevents injury to the opponent is a hot topic.
On the 23rd (Korean time), soccer media outlet ‘Goal.com’ focused on the well-mannered play of Fernando Muslera (37, Galatasaray) from the Turkiye Super Lig.
The play in question occurred in the 9th round of the Turkiye Super Lig between Galatasaray and Besiktas on the 22nd. During the game, the ball drifted close to Galatasaray’s goal. Besiktas defender Valentin Rozier rushed to put the ball into the goal.
However, the ball passed by Rozier’s feet and could have crashed into the goal post. But here, Muslera, Galatasaray’s goalkeeper, pushed Rozier, who was sliding, with all his might. It was a play to prevent Rozier from hitting the goal post. In the end, thanks to Muslera’s manners, Rozier was able to avoid serious injury.
According to the media, after the game, fans of both teams reportedly applauded Muslera’s play. Galatasaray beat Besiktas 2-1 in today’s game and took second place in the league.
Muslera is a player who once served as the goalkeeper for the Uruguay national team. In particular, he was selected as a starting player for Uruguay at the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa. Afterwards, he faced South Korea in the round of 16 and defended the goal reliably. At that time, thanks to the performance of Luis Suarez, who scored two goals, Uruguay advanced to the quarterfinals, beating South Korea, where Lee Chung-yong scored one goal. Uruguay continued this momentum and advanced to the semifinals, finishing in 4th place.
Muslera has been wearing Galatasaray’s uniform since leaving Lazio in 2011. This is the 12th year.굿모닝토토 주소