The Amount Of Technique On This Mateus Uribe Strike Is A Scary Sight
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Yes, it turns out, a Clásico Capitalino in the quarterfinals of the Clausura playoffs is quite lit. A 38-minute brace from Mateus Uribe and controversial penalty converted by Jeremy Menez put Club America up three at Estadio Olimpico Universitario, but a Pumas penalty, converted by Nicolas Castillo, has given life to the underdogs at halftime.
Controversy aside, Uribe’s second was a sensational strike that’s really only appreciated after multiple viewings. It was a violent hit, triggered after opening the body, allowing the ball to run across the body and finally onto the laces of a swiveling right foot.
¡GOOOOOL! (38') | No fue un GOL, FUE UN GOLAAAAZOOOOO.Uribe marca el tercero con un riflazo al ángulo papá. @PumasMX 0-3 @ClubAmerica pic.twitter.com/N97Ryr0qWH
— Univision Deportes (@UnivisionSports) May 3, 2018
That’s clean. Just put that right into my veins.