In association football, the rabona is the technique of kicking the football where the kicking leg is crossed behind the back of the standing leg. There are several reasons why a player might opt to strike the ball this way: for example, a right-footed striker advancing towards the goal slightly on the left side rather than having the goal straight in front may feel that his shot power or accuracy with his left foot is inadequate, so will perform a rabona in order to take a better shot. Another
The Rabona is one of the most infamous football skills that only the brave dare to do. Born out of necessity, when very one... Learn the Rabona in 3 easy steps.
The rabona is among any fan's favourite tricks. When pulled off with panache, there are few more aesthetically pleasing ways to strike a football. But the attempts that don't come off are just as enjoyable as those that do.
So what is the Rabona Kick? For those who are unfamiliar, the Rabona kick is a show stopping and risky way to score a goal (or pass). Essentially the player kicks the ball by crossing the dominant foot behind the other.
What is a ‘rabona’? The move is effectively kicking the ball with your legs crossed, with the kicking leg wrapped around the standing one.
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Lamela, 28, set the Europa League alight in 2014 when he fired in an epic rabona shot against Asteras Tripolis. And this time Arsenal were the victims of the clever Argentine winger as he gave ...
WOLVES star Raul Jimenez was the talk of Twitter after his disastrous Rabona attempt against Brentford. Jimenez tried an elaborate cross that went horribly wrong as he tripped over his own feet before falling to the ground.