Sombrero flick tutorial in efootball Pes Mobile
What’s sombrero flick in football or soccer?
A sombrero kick allows you to dribble past your opponent. it consists in flicking the ball over your opponent’s head and resuming dribbling on the other side of them.
The Sombrero flick is the preserve of a handful of the world’s best football tricksters. Think Ronaldinho and Neymar at their impudent best. You might get a crunching tackle for your trouble, but pull this off and you’ll look a million dollars.
To pull off this worldie trick takes serious skill and practice, so FFT have asked professional football freestyler, and five-time world record holder, Daniel Cutting to talk you through this flash of brilliance.
Detailed discussion about Sombrero in Footall
Is there another move in soccer that demonstrates one’s confidence and skill on the soccer ball while simultaneously embarrassing the opponent to such great lengths, as the sombrero? I don’t think so. Let’s take a look at some of the best soccer players in the world and see how they pull of the sombrero move in soccer. There’s an art to the sombrero in soccer and let’s take a look at some of the experts in the game in pulling it off.Sure, there’s the nutmeg, but the sombrero requires more skill and timing and perhaps even some arrogance. The sombrero of course is a move done in the air while the nutmeg is done when the ball is on the ground. Would you rather have the soccer ball put through your legs or over your head? Which is more embarrassing.