South Korean forgets you can't use your hands in football - Dirty Tackle - World Soccer  - Yahoo! Sports

August 1, 2010
High profile handballs are trendy right now. Starting with Thierry Henry's against Ireland last year and peaking with Luis Suarez's goal-saving effort against Ghana in the World Cup, both sparked outrage and debate, but both also helped their respective teams. South Korea defender Jeong Yeonga's handball in their 5-1 semifinal loss to their German hosts in the Women's U-20 World Cup did not help her team, though. Granted, it didn't really hurt her team, either, since they were already losing 4-1 at the time. But was weird.


Spiked a ball once during a varisty soccer match my senior year in high school. Sorry coach, I’ve gotten better.

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