SBI MLS Goal of the Week: Juninho

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9 Responses to SBI MLS Goal of the Week: Juninho

  1. bottlcaps says:

    This is what makes the Galaxy truly dangerous. When you have not one, but two, players (Beckham, Juninho) who can shoot bullets from 30-40 yards out defenders need to step up and get a body on them. This then opens space behind them that the Galaxy exploit very well. I think the Galaxy are leading in goals scored from over 25 yards away.

  2. BoBo says:

    We were sitting behind Juni when he took the shot, the video doesn’t show the movement on the ball. It was unbelievable.

  3. AC says:

    TFC, what were they thinking? Juninho has a long shot reputation and no one quickly challenges him? That was once nice goal

  4. Gnarls says:

    Right, that allows Keane to slip into dangerous positions and do what he does best.

    LA has the most technically sound team in the league. They’re out-passing and out-possessing opposition. Exciting times going into the playoffs!

  5. Incognito says:

    Yes Juninho and Beckham makes the Galaxy dangerous, but their keen offense makes them even better 😀

  6. Conrad says:

    Was about to write something about how boring I find all these lucky uncontested long-range bombs, how I much prefer clever passing to this brutalizing lucky-shot stuff….
    But that was special. Wowee.

  7. shake says:

    And the fact that he probably leads the league in goals scored from outside the 18 over the last 3 years. He had another shot from outside the box that hit the frame. No one is as accurate and powerful in run-of-play long range shots.

  8. Rich says:

    Chippen and Magee aren’t bad outside shooters either

  9. Yohoho says:

    No way anyone listens to those announcers an entire game. Mute.