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i will try.....hehe
I've probably said this a billion times already, but I wish we could still see the movie of the Toyota Tobira commercial...
A road to 2002 manga version of Tsubasa breaking through players in a very dynamic way, with side steps, a roulette, a jump... ending with an overhead... It was so great...
I'm such a fool for not saving it up when I had the chance to. I just didn't think Toyota would take it down eventually.
but I don't even remember it, that was like 4 years back.
I still have a pretty clear memory of it thanks to the wallpaper.
Aw, now I'm depressed >_>
Chapter 121 summary: Tsubasa and Rivaul are awesome. Naturezza has the "never give up spirit" and "the stronger the opponent, the more fun I have" attitude. So he's awesome too
It seems that Natu knows more of Rivaul than Tsubasa did on their 1st encounter. But, a combi of Riv-Tsu weren't anticipated by someone whose already known both of the offender which is unwarranted. At least put little extra fight (that Natu will lose but with dignity for someone whom seem to anticipated almost everything).
One thing 4 sure, are Blueno dumb or what. Leaving open space for Rivaul roam free without hint of offside trap and making Tsubasa to do anything with the follow up.
Stop insulting the characters... 'Cause your absolutely wrong, even if Blueno went up, no offside was possible since Rivaul was running from behind the defenders when Tsubasa send his pass.
Blueno did an excellent job into marking Rivaul, following his fast move, being even in the power duel, and being ready to block his overhead...
That the problem. If he was marking Rivaul, then where was he before that? Until inside the box and then marking him, that like do-or-die mission. The duel was great, but the pre movement was not.
You're thinking that Blueno is marking Rivaul because of chapter 118, but that's just in case Rivaul is a forward, and Rivaul isn't a forward here.
Blueno does the job of a Libero here, he's the last man standing between the defense line and the goal keeper, and if you know soccer as much as you say, you should know that the libero's job isn't to mark enemy attackers, his job is to analyze the development of plays and close down gaps in the defense.
If Blueno went to recklessly mark Rivaul before Tsubasa's pass, then, he'd have just let a big gap for Tsubasa to breakthrough on his own.
I think that RM will score another goal, by the number 0.
By the way, I still can not download chapter 119. From the release day till now, I tried many times but ...
Right, forgot my prediction:
Naturezza tries to stop the Rivaul - Tsubasa combi, but fails (either alone or with the help of his teammates) and Barca ties the score. Naturezza then shows his awesomeness and gives Real the lead again, thanks to a goal created by teamwork. Barca then equalize again thanks to Rivaul, but he gets his injury reawakened and has to leave the field or simply can't help in anything than defense. Finally, Tsubasa wins a confrontation with Naturezza and scores the winning goal in the last minute of extra-time, quite possibly because Real have put all their effort to score the winning goal and break the Nou Camp curse and their trust that Naturezza can stop Tsubasa doesn't pay off.