Schick’s long-distance European lobo is nominated for Goal of the Year in a FIFA poll

Updates: 29.11.2021 15:29

Zurich – Forward Patrik Schick is with a long-distance goal from the opening match of the Czech national team at the European Championships against Scotland in nomination at the Ferenc Puskás Prize for the most beautiful goal in 2021. Along with him, another ten football players are running for the FIFA award.

Schick took advantage of David Marshall’s run in Glasgow in June and scored from 49.7 meters to score the longest goal in European championship history. He then scored a 2-0 win against Scotland and scored a total of five goals at the championship.

Leverkusen’s striker, who played a significant role in advancing the Czech team to the quarterfinals, scored the same number of goals as stellar Cristiano Ronaldo. The Portuguese captain was declared the tournament’s top scorer due to the greater number of passes.

Schick’s lob won the UEFA poll for the most beautiful goal of the European Championship in the summer. He also competed for the best goal in UEFA competitions, but the trophy eventually won Mehdi Taremi’s acrobatic goal from the Champions League quarterfinals against Chelsea. The striker Porta is also nominated for the FIFA award, which will be decided by former players and fans on the federation’s website. The results will be announced on January 17.

Source: České noviny – sport by

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