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A very entertaining chapter and I even more so considering I got the most of my prediction right. I was thinking Christiansen would get past Jito without the latter suffering from his injury, but I guess Taka doesn't want to undermine his ability too much. Wasn't too impressed with the naming of Chris' special cross, but it was an interesting one nevertheless ... and he got past Misugi to do it! After that Jito's injury was highlighted again and while it annoyed me to see this being the reason for Japan conceding, this is exactly what the Danish Duo were aiming for and I so love it when a good plan works. Moreover, in my mind Haas would have made a header even if Jito was healthy, but this injury allowed him to switch to the high-altitude volley he made. Didn't like how seemingly easy that got in against Wakashimazu, but I take it he was mentally prepared for a header and the quick switch to a volley caught him off-guard. Of course, this would have never went in against Wakabayashi ...
And last but not least, I loved the way Taka gave Haas' hair life
Last edited by chaos_master; October 06, 2009 at 02:41 AM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost
Now where the HELL is Soda
Arguing with the ref
How can you be so sure that Wakabayashi wouldn't have taken that goal?
Espadas used a similar trick and Wakabayashi was just as surprised as Wakashimazu.
Soda is on the left, he's the left sideback. Why?
Anyway... Christiansen getting past Jito because of his injuries was to be expected. I was glad to see how Misugi reorganised the defense, and how he marked Christiansen to prevent him from shooting.
Then the Danish duo pulled of some nice moves.
I have the feeling Haas injured Jito again, before the panel where Jito couldn't jump >_>
He may have jumped on Jito's body or something...
Other than that, really nice and nifty combination of the Danish duo, Misugi and Wakashimazu were 'completely' caught off-guard by this reverse tricks, left instead of right, volley instead of a header.
And 7 pages depicting Haas's jump, volley shot and goal
Last edited by Invis; October 06, 2009 at 04:47 AM.
Nope, Haas did nothing to Jito. There was an sfx indicating that Jito's leg is hurting him, just like before.
Good chapter, I like Chris Special Cross (But I still don't like him). The Jumping Volley by Haas at this range was unstoppable for every goalkeeper,it's not Wakashimazu's fault.
Last edited by Haruhi Suzumiya; October 06, 2009 at 09:20 AM.
I always wondered that. I dont even know whether hes right footed or left footed, it seems he can use both!?!Quote:
wakashimazu couldnt stop it...:P
wahaha wakashimazu is made of fail, actually I know everything what will happen already. But keep your eyes open.
Indeed, you should be interested with next chapter, SantaBla.