‘Watch out for the superhuman shoulder!

‘Watch out for the superhuman shoulder!

Japan’s upcoming Qatar Asian Cup quarterfinal match against Iran has come with an untimely ball-throwing warning.

On March 3, Japanese sports publication THE ANSWER warned that “Iran’s goalkeeper has the best soccer ball throwing skills in the world,” and that “there is no telling what attacking options he might use with his phenomenal shoulder skills.

According to the outlet, Iranian goalkeeper Alireza Beiranvand, 32, is listed in the Guinness Book of World Records as the record holder for the longest distance for a soccer ball thrown during a match.

Coincidentally, 카지노사이트 Beiranvand’s Guinness Book of World Records record came on October 11, 2016, during the Russian Federation World Cup Asian final qualifier against South Korea at Tehran’s Azadi Stadium.

After picking up the ball in the penalty area

Beiranvand took a long throw to help set up a surprise attack and it flew a whopping 61.0026 meters. The defender was late to react to the long ball, and the Iranian striker in front of him chest-trapped the bound ball before shooting. It didn’t result in a goal, but it was a spectacular hand assist.

Although it was unrecognized at the time, it was later recognized as a world record by the Guinness Book of World Records, and it wasn’t until 2021 that Beiranvand became widely known when his club, Boavista FC (Portugal), released the video on their official social media accounts.

International soccer fans responded with amazement and praise for his incredible ball throwing skills.

“Beiranvand has been Iran’s patron saint for 10 years, 온라인카지노사이트 including a super save on Cristiano Ronaldo’s penalty kick against Portugal at the 2018 World Cup in Russia,” THE ANSWER reported, adding that “counter attacks from the goalkeeper can be tricky.

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