Quantcast

Amazing David Luiz Save Keeps Spain Scoreless Against Brazil In Confederations Cup Final [VIDEO]

By         Posted in   International, Soccer


Here’s what we know about soccer: there aren’t enough cheerleaders, dance teams or halftime shows, but everyone goes apeshit when there’s a goal. Do they even tailgate at soccer games?

Brail and Spain are currently playing in the Confederations Cup final in Maracana Stadium in Rio de Janeiro.

With Brazil up 1-0, the Spaniards looked like they forged a tie until Brazil’s vice-captain David Luiz bailed out his goalie with a killer save (think punter/kicker saving a touchdown by tackling the runner).

As you can hear in the video above, the stadium went crazy. It’s now 2-0 Brazil.

Maybe by the time they play the World Cup 2014, we’ll know what a striker is. Are they like union guys?

[H/T: Dietmar Hamann ]

COMMENTS