That's not how rounding a keeper comes about, and it's a guarantee that if players with the pre-requisite skills to round the keeper were around, it would still be happening.Goalies are not coached to rush out like a headless chicken in a one on one anymore.
you have to consider why and how they scenario materialises and then transpose it to today's ridiculously high lines due to pressing.I imagine unless you have extraordinary ability with the ball at your feet and composure in such scenarios then the percentages favour getting a shot away when you have a clear sight of goal. I would guess that with the exception of probably Messi no one really has the ability to do it consistently today. I also agree that goalkeeping coaching has probably changed a bit over the years and perhaps based on statistics, these days positioning and when and when not to commit is perhaps based more around probabilities than instinct.
Yeah, more prevalent in the 1980s. Rush and Lineker seemed like it was a regular part of their arsenal.It was certainly a thing in the 80's.
I remember doing it because the best strikers did it
Yeah. Anelka was decent at it as well. But that's about it.Raul was pretty good at rounding the goalie, he was also superb at chipping them too.