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Full Break Down of the Greatest Team Goal scored in the World Cup

Esteban Cambiasso vs Serbia and Montenegro (2006, Germany)

The beauty of the goal lies in the teamwork and patience in setting up the goal only to be finished precisely. This goal by Esteban Cambiasso was a wonderful team effort by the Argentinian team. It is the number of players and touches involved which makes this goal beautiful to watch. The Argentinian players kept the ball in possession trying to find a break through. They kept the ball in the left wing which attracted opponent defenders to the left flank. Image result for esteban cambiasso goal vs serbia Esteban Cambiasso was left unmarked and he made a 1-2 pass to Crespo to deceive the final line of defense before scoring a wonderful goal etched in the history of the competition.  A total of 24 passes were made by the 9 Argentinian players in setting up the goal and what a goal it turned out to be. Ones of the best goals to have ever been scored in the World Cup History and there are a few others too.   
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Break down of Cambiasso’s goal vs Serbia and Montenegro credits: pixel replay
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