Wojciech Szczesny has been hailed as one of the most mind-blowing punishment experts on the planet by Rio Ferdinand and Alan Shearer after he denied Lionel Messi from the spot against Argentina on Wednesday night.
The Poland shot-plug was considered to have fouled the Argentinian playmaker in the wake of getting him in the face with a delicate glove as the assailant took a work askew.
Messi got the opportunity to score his 6th back to back global objective – an accomplishment never accomplished by the star – as he put the ball on the spot and the opportunity to place Argentina in front with best position in bunch c at the World Cup available to all.
Szczesny would not be beaten anyway as he speculated the right course to get major areas of strength for a to Messi’s very much struck shot.
Talking at half-time, Shearer, Ferdinand, and previous Argentina and Man City protector Pablo Zabaleta all commended the singular endeavors of the Juventus goalkeeper.
‘Szczesny is one of the most mind-blowing punishment attendants on the planet. Goalkeepers and mentors will dissect him,’ expressed Ferdinand on BBC One.
Zabaleta repeated comparative feelings in spite of being destroyed that Argentina has squandered a once in a lifetime chance, remarking: ‘Credit to him since it’s an extraordinary save. He has been great at this World Cup, extraordinary goalkeeper for Poland.
Head Association all-time top goalscorer and Britain legend Shearer named Sczezny’s stop as a ‘great save’.
The 32-year-old’s most recent gymnastic jokes between the sticks come only days after he saved one more punishment against Saudi Arabia, featuring the goalkeeper’s extraordinary structure in pressure-cooker circumstances.
Szczesny hindered Salem Al-Dawsari’s strong strike prior to staying caution to get a hand to Mohammed Al Burayk’s bounce back exertion.