The goalkeeper’s trick that took Mourinho out of the cup

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Norwich Hostess Tottenham, And their coach Jose Mourinho, In the round of 16 of FA cupThanks, goalkeeper Kroll, Who responded to a penalty shoot-out.

And after the Argentine got lost Eric Lamella Kicked over the crossbar, Kroll saved two Irish kicks Troy Barrott, and Portugal’s Gidson Fernandez, to let Norwich reach the 3-2 victory with a penalty shootout after a 1-1 tie during the match.

The footage showed Kroll’s method use "Strange" To block kicks, which is to write each Spurs player’s name onto their water bottle, with instructions on where each player prefers.

In addition to writing player selections, Kroll tries to provoke the kicking players, especially the youth, as he appeared to talk to Troy Barrot, 18, sarcastically moments before he missed the kick.

Kroll also danced on the goal line, and moved in strange ways towards the ball, before positioning on the goal line in preparation for repelling the kicks.

Kroll is considered one of the best guards of the penalty kicks in the world, and he previously climbed the Netherlands team against Costa Rica, in the quarter-finals of the World Cup 2014, when he entered a substitute in the last moments, only to perform the task of blocking penalty kicks.

After eliminating Tottenham and his coach, Mourinho, he will face the winner of the Manchester United and Derby County match in the quarter-finals of the Cup.

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And maximum Norwich Hostess Tottenham, And their coach Jose Mourinho, In the round of 16 of FA cupThanks, goalkeeper Kroll, Who responded to a penalty shoot-out.

And after the Argentine got lost Eric Lamella Kicked over the crossbar, Kroll saved two Irish kicks Troy Barrott, and Portugal’s Gidson Fernandez, to let Norwich reach the 3-2 victory with a penalty shootout after a 1-1 tie during the match.

Footage showed Kroll’s use of a “bizarre” way to block kicks, which is to write each Spurs player’s name onto their water bottle, with instructions on where each player prefers.

In addition to writing player selections, Kroll tries to provoke the kicking players, especially the youth, as he appeared to talk to Troy Barrot, 18, sarcastically moments before he missed the kick.

Kroll also danced on the goal line, and moved in strange ways towards the ball, before positioning on the goal line in preparation for repelling the kicks.

Kroll is considered one of the best guards of the penalty kicks in the world, and he previously climbed the Netherlands team against Costa Rica, in the quarter-finals of the World Cup 2014, when he entered a substitute in the last moments, only to perform the task of blocking penalty kicks.

After eliminating Tottenham and his coach, Mourinho, he will face the winner of the Manchester United and Derby County match in the quarter-finals of the Cup.



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