The beauty of football is not only bright attacks and impressive goals, but also masterful performance of various tricks and strokes.
There are 5 ways to beat the opponent in an original way.
We catch the opponent on the counter with a false movement. You can perform both in dynamics and in static. In general, any feint becomes more effective when performed at speed, but some (especially with a low skill level of the opponent) can be successfully applied and standing still. When controlling the ball, we approach each other and show that we start to go around it on the right. Opponent reacts, and at this point you need to group and shift the case in the opposite direction - this is called "catch on the counter". According to all the laws of physics, the enemy will not be able to react to the second movement for a second time, and while he stops and turns around, you can calmly escape from him.
We "swing" the opponent with false movements. Strongly not approaching, we perform fast alternating circular movements of the leg around the ball (false) and at some point we catch the ball and go to the side. It is extremely difficult to react to such a deceptive action when it is performed with high speed and clarity of movements. Performing a feint requires good coordination, achieved by repeated training.
Getting closer with the opponent and doing on the go fullRotation around its axis (360 degrees), covering the ball body. At the same time, we keep the ball under control, so to speak, by "shifting our legs". At the moment of turnover, you need to stop the ball with one touch, and throw the second ball on the course already at the end of the turn.
Especially convenient fin, if the ball does not roll, andJumps over the field. Then you just need to lightly move your leg upwards, throw it over the opponent, then go around it, gaining speed, while the enemy still needs to turn around, and only then start moving in pursuit after you.
Next, a fairly complex focus. The ball is in front of you. With the heel of one foot you beat him back, and with the toe of the second leg you beat the opponent by the back (both of these movements must be performed in tandem as quickly as possible), simultaneously starting the acceleration.
In conclusion, I want to note that it is not worth itPerform the same feint several times in a row - a good defender quickly get used to your tricks. Vary your manner of dumbbell and, thus, leave your opponents with the nose.