It will be reviewed that the previous Juventus midfielder assisted Asamoah Gyan with a crazy trivela during Ghana’s 2-1 loss to Portugal at the 2014 World Cup.
Asamoah got the ball on the passed on flank and put through a silly pass to Gyan, who made a beeline for counterbalance Jon Boye’s initial own goal.
Cristiano Ronaldo at last dominated the match for Portugal with a late goal, however Asamoah’s assist was broadly commended by football fans.
In a post on Twitter on Friday, FIFA shared a video of the Ghanaian midfielder’s assist, remembering it for its document of most prominent assists in World Cup history.
“This pass was dribbling with sauce,” FIFA composed. “Track down the best assists in #FIFAWorldCup history (and significantly more!), for nothing, in the FIFA+ chronicle.”
In April, Asamoah’s assist was contrasted with Luka Modric’s ludicrous ‘beyond the boot’ pass to Rodrygo during Real Madrid’s Champions League quarter-last second leg game against Chelsea.
Modric was the superstar as Real Madrid fixed their spot in the semi-finals of the opposition to the detriment of the Blues.
The Blancos appeared to be bound to be disposed of in the wake of going down 3-0, however the Croatia midfielder delivered a snapshot of wizardry in the 80th moment to lay out up Rodrygo Goes’ goal.
Modric found his colleague with the trivela, an ability wherein a player shoots the ball with twist applied by the beyond the boot, before Rodrygo wrapped up easily to send the game into extra-time after a 3-3 total scoreline.
Karim Benzema then, at that point, scored the champ in the 96th moment to affirm Carlo Ancelotti’s side’s spot in the last four of the opposition.
While Modric has gotten gushing applause for his ‘beyond the boot’ pass that began Real Madrid’s rebound, some Ghanaians accept Kwadwo Asamoah improved.
Gyan, who was forced to bear Asamoah’s assist, added his voice to the discussion, saying his comrade’s pass was more challenging to pull off than Modric’s.
“On the off chance that Modric had utilized the external foot to cross from the right half of the pitch, then you could contrast it with Kwadwo’s cross.
“So all I will say is Kwadwo’s cross was extremely challenging. Modric’s cross was simple since he utilized the external right foot on the left half of the pitch,” the veteran striker tweeted.