How to dive and cheat

This is a very funny parody and exaggeration of famous soccer diving moments. Some are very recognizable and is definitely worth a laugh whether that soccer player is your idol or not or whether he did actually fall due to unforseen circumstances etc. No offence to any of the fans but this is just for laugh.

A Diving Drogba
And for those who actually want to learn how to so called “cheat” in a match, this video has some tips for you as well. heh, guilty of some of the tricks there when playing with friends. Always funny when you dive and do something real stupid when playing a leisure game of soccer.

Hit the jump for the video.

Diving (or simulation – the term used by FIFA) in the context of association football is an attempt by a player to gain an unfair advantage by diving to the ground and possibly simulating an injury, to appear as if a foul has been committed. Dives are often used to exaggerate the amount of contact present in a challenge. Deciding on whether a player has dived is very subjective, and one of the most controversial aspects of football discussion. Players do this so they can receive free kicks or penalty kicks, which can provide scoring opportunities, or so the opposing player receives a yellow or red card, giving their own team an advantage.

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