Jorginho Frello is a Chelsea deep-lying playmaker who is considered as one of the best penalty takers in the history of football. Before this game, he had never squandered a penalty in a regular time, albeit he has once had his penalty saved by the Manchester City goalkeeper, Ederson Morales.
Then today after hard work from the newly signed Chelsea attacker, Timo Werner, Chelsea got a penalty and as usual, the first penalty taker of the blues stood up but unfortunately, Allison saved it. It was a big blow because that could have brought the blues back to the game.
Now, Allison saved the penalty because he has the antidote. Jorginho style of taking penalties is afraid of shot-stoppers with timing. When he jump, he always looks straight to see the. Goals keepers movement before he kicks the penalty. So when he jumps and the keeper didn't make a move, he get confuse and kick the ball to the direction he has initially timed to kick to. So if you look very closely the penalty today, Allision didn't move and that was why he saved that penalty.
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