Wednesday, July 12, 2006
Daniel Davies appreciates Zinedine Zidane's parting blow:
He just did everything right. There are many elements to the perfect headbutt, of which Zidane's size and strength were perhaps the least important. I was much more impressed with his technique, which was practically flawless. I am sure that Materazzi would agree with this assessment; perhaps for the first time in his life, he was left flying through the air and falling over because of actually being hit. I suppose the football fans will be less than pleased with the example that Zinedine set, but a young headbutter really could do no better than to emulate him in every detail.Via Chris Brooke at The Virtual Stoa.
After that I had to see it for myself. It's on YouTube, of course.Post a Comment
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