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Neymar Jr's Best and Coolest Tricks

Updated: Jan 14

The best and coolest tricks that Neymar Jr. has ever done.


 

I wrote or found out that these are the coolest tricks that Neymar Jr. has done. My goal for this was to explain his motivation. This is the best blog post to find out which tricks are the best and coolest that Neymar Jr. has done.


 

Rabonna touch:


1.) The rabonna touch is a way to control the ball as it is coming in from the air it is you touch it with your back heel from your opposite foot. Neymar Jr has done this many times in many games as you can see in the example. I think this is the best skill move I have seen Neymar Jr do and it just fascinated me on how he can control it.


Rainbow flick:


3.) A rainbow flick is defined as the player resting the ball between their feet. The player then rolls the ball up the front foot heel using their back foot and flicks it with their front foot heel behind their back and over their head.


Nutmeg:


2.) A nutmeg is a skill used mainly in football, (soccer) but also in ice hockey, and basketball. The aim is to kick, roll, dribble, throw, or push the ball or puck between an opponent's legs. You will see Neymar Jr and many players do this skill many times. It is a very famous skill but there are not a lot of opportunities to do it.


About Neymar Jr


Neymar Jr is a Brazilian football player who plays for Paris Saint Germain (psg). What are his weaknesses: if the defender slide tackles or does arm to arm then he gets an injury or they take the ball from him and if he fails to do a trick then they will take the ball from him. What are his strengths: if he does a trick successfully or shots a goal overall, get past the defender and shoot? What are his goals as a player to be the best football player of all time or I think to be the best freestyler in the world. What does he want to achieve in the game to win and be the best player of the match? What does he want to achieve in life, be the best and live a long and happy life? That is what I think.



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