“Bayern” beat “Schalke” with 8 goals … and a wonderful “Rapona” for Lewandowski! (Video)

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Bayern Munich won a landslide 8-0 victory over Schalke 04 in the match that brought them together, Friday, in the opening round of the German Premier League.The Polish “Bayern” star Robert Lewandowski scored the third goal for his team, in the 31st minute, from a penalty kick that he got himself, and then made the sixth goal for his colleague Thomas Muller, with a wonderful “Rapona” pass.

The origin of the name “Rapona”, a movement in football, in which the player pays the ball with one foot behind the other focal foot, back to 1948, when Argentine Ricardo Infante scored a goal by striking the ball with one of his feet from behind the pivot foot, in a match between the two Argentine teams Estudiantes and Rosario Central.

After that, the newspaper “El Gráfico” published a picture on its cover of the player Ricardo Infante, wearing a school uniform, with the phrase “El Infante que se hizo la rabona” ​​- meaning “Infante escapes from school”, as the word “Rapona” in Spanish means escape from school.





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