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Solo jumped completely into the air when she dove. Her body was parallel to the ground. And as she dove, she kept her hands together. That made sure they were strong enough to stop the powerful shot. And when the shot hit her hands squarely, Solo was able to guide the rebound down the end line. Had the ball rebounded in front of the goal, Japan might have had another scoring opportunity. GOALKEEPING WITH HOPE SOLO 41 It takes lots of practice to make saves like that. Technique is important. So is reaction and confidence.
34 Team USA’s Megan Rapinoe, left, prepares to pass the ball past GIRLS’ SOCCER Canada’s Christine Sinclair during the 2012 Olympic semifinals. Quick Tip: Staying on Target Passing is only effective if it goes to the right place, whether that is to a teammate or to an open space. There are lots of ways you can work on passing accuracy. One simple drill requires a partner and some cones. ” Stand back-toback with your partner in the window and then take a few steps apart. Turn around and the window should be between you and your partner.
She compiled 144 assists in her career. Her best season was in 2004 when she had 22. Rapinoe has been on the beginning end of some of the most famous goals in US soccer history. It was Rapinoe who hit the long cross that Wambach headed in to tie Brazil in the 2011 Women’s World Cup quarterfinals. It was Rapinoe who hit the long pass up the middle that Morgan used to score the opening goal against Japan in the final. And it was Rapinoe who sent a cross flying through the night sky in the dying moments of the 2012 Olympic semifinal against Canada.