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Cruyfford doesn't have any partner.
Victorino has Hino and Hino has Victorino, yes, but even without considering Wakashimazu, the whole japanese team is levelled up. It's not that hard to imagine that only the two of them can't break through the whole japanese team everytime (even in Uruguay, they sometimes relied on the overlap of a defender).
Finally, Wakashimazu himself admitted that he lost his focus against Uruguay. So a focused Wakashimazu wouldn't have taken all these goals, without even considering the level up.
Although I would have liked to see a number of plays from these all stars as well, it would annoy me if another all-star player managed to do the same thing as Schneider, who used his striker sense to predict the course of the ball. I would also find the explanation of the lack of team play ridiculous if everyone could pull that kind of team play, or I'd need an explanation, I mean, Hino and Victorino, why not, but Cruyfford never played with them.
However, I still think Hino should be able to score against Wakashimazu. The Tornado Shoot was said to be just a little bit weaker and slower than the Raiju and I find it hard to believe, with all due respect to Ken, that he can save that in more than 50% of the cases.
Trick Pass - Double Shot - Punching Save - Rebound Shot
The one I was thinking was in the lines of:
Tornado Shoot - Punching Save - Victorino dashes and shoots - Another Save (possibly a Sankakugeri) - Cruyfford scored on rebound
Anyway, if I start listing all the goal or shooting scenarios I'd have liked to see from the World team, it'd take me all day*. It's just that I would've preferred, as a reader, to see the World team score, than have Japan concede on an own goal.
* Some of those are:
- Cannon Slider Shoot
- Double Handou Shuu (Santana -> Natureza -> Sho)
- Tornado Arrow Skywing Handou Shuu Soku Jin Hou
- Perfected Baisoku ni Kaiten Tornado Shoot by Hino
- Nitta scoring on the other end
Hi to everyone,
İ would like to discuss about Misaki's new shoot; S.S.S. (Speed Slider Shoot) ; it goes and manuevers like Boomerang Shot which Misaki invented during the events of World Youth. İs this S.S.S. a new shoot or the original Boomerang Shot itself. My confusion comes from one of Captain Tsubasa's game; ps1 game - Captain Tsubasa: Aratanaru Densetsu Joshou. Because in this game there is a shoot named S.S.S (Speedy Sliding Shot); which can be performed by Larsson (Sweden) and Toshiya Okano (Japan) but it manuevers differently from Misaki's S.S.S. , if anyone has a logical explanation about it, i will be glad to read it...
Misaki's boomerang shoot is a shot with a big curve.
Misaki's S.S.S. or Speed Slide Shoot or Speed Slider Shoot, is also a curving shot, but, as the full name, the description and the events of the first time he uses it implies (read Road 61), the curve is faster (Speed, it leaves an after image) and more sudden (Slide, like the Slider Shoot, Hayato is surprised by the change of course).
The S.S.S., or Speedy Sliding Shoot, as the full name implies, is a different shot, done by sliding at high speed. Read World Youth chapter 58.
Last edited by Shinji; August 11, 2009 at 12:05 PM.
Last edited by romellos; August 11, 2009 at 12:28 PM.
Schneider must be really fast so that he can score from that distance after Wakabayashi deflected the shot and he's not off side (considering what we can only see, Natu + Santana still at the shooting position, Schneider nearby to Wakabayashi and the J-defender standing there).
And Ishizaki had to do something like this, I suppose :x
Offside is only when receiving a pass from a partner who's behind. So Schneider could have been here all along.
Not entirely true Shinji. If a player is in offside position when a teammate shoots, any rebound that goes to that player is considered offside. That also includes a deflected pass by an opposing defender.
Really? My bad then.
Watch last game Inter vs Lazio. When Eto don't touch the ball but has been in offside position.Quote:
Last edited by Pinkosyu; August 11, 2009 at 02:56 PM.
I think it's a plot hole (Or Schneider os too goddamn fast LOL)
Not really, since we can't see everyone's positions.
I feel a bit sad that this one-shot is over, as it was really awesome to read and I thoroughly enjoyed it. Not much to say about the last part, as nothing unexpected happened - Ishizaki redeemed himself, Misaki showed some brilliant technique and Tsubasa scored the equalizing goal. I hope every future match will be as entertaining to read and I have to deeply thank Shinji for providing us with this amazing piece of work