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Hey, I like Nitta too
But I guess there won't be much from him in this match, just to give other characters more spotlights..We have 48 people pending lol
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Well, not that Nitta's action wasn't good, but i think there were many other things worth to mention:
Diaz dribbling: the picture is just marvelous and it has been sooo long since we last saw him in action.
Jito's involvement with the "Levin Pass", although he was unsuccessful and toyed with by Levin, at least he reacted for once.
Schneider's Fire Shot: although stopped, Wakabayashi was only able to punch it: that's more what I expect from Schneider's shooting abilities, at least put Wakabayashi in a difficult situation.
Well it does speak a lot about Schneider's Fire Shot, considering Wakabayashi later caught the Handou Shuu Soku Jin Hou. Still, it was only made against a seemingly normal shot and outside the penalty area. Now waiting to see a Double Handou Shuu Soku Jin Hou by Sho and Naturezza on a Neo Fire Shot
Also nearly forgot Diaz, which I also though at the time was awesome, since he hadn't been shown in action for years. I certainly hope it wasn't his last involvement in the game either.
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Right, frogot Diaz too. Waiting for Pierre then =)
Very action-packed (although with the usual corniness in it).
As for Muller, it's time for him to hit the gym once again. He's been lagging a lot lately.
He was injured..twice..right?
I also like it when Tsubasa does almost nothing, like here and like Uruguay's match's beginning.
Yeah, Tsubasa was the best in today's issue. He did the usual cheerfully wide histrionic grin (after being warned by two giant Brazilian 'Anakites' that he would get his ass raped), but was majorly disappointed when he found out they were just teasing him.
And Muller, too, was good. He was the best at cheerleading (page 16). So I'm happy.
Muller was a bit injured by Hyuga's shot at close range in the International Jr. Youth tournament.
It was stated in Holland Youth that he was injured, though no details were given.
He then got both his arms broken by the Levin Shoot in the World Youth.
I don't think he even played in that semi final ^_^;;
I like how they describe Levin, hes my favourite player ^^ - The Destructive God of Northern Europe XD.
Muller got injured, thats why Genzo replaced him. Germany got pwned 6-0 by Brazil though. Could've been much less with Muller was playing.
Hyuga scored by Wild Tiger Shot??? Schneider Neo Fire Shot, what is that (in world youth talking about this, from Kaltz to Wakabayashi)???
Now, seriously, let's ponder a bit about this. Why did Muller fail to save his goal from a mere Tiger Shot? Did he become weaker than before or is Hyuga becoming too strong? Why didn't Takahashi draw Hyuga shooting the Raiju shoot and Muller punching it back a bit while Hyuga continues and scores with his second shot (which would then be ok to be a Tiger shot)? This would have prevented the stripping away of the glory of the Goalie legend from Muller (and Hyuga would've looked cooler and more triumphant after scoring his goal).