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Funny Penalty Moments!

  • Published on Jan 13, 2023 veröffentlicht
  • 🔔 Funny Penalty Moments!
    Hey guys. What's up? 😃 Hope you enjoy the video ;-)
    #penaltyshootout #penalty #penaltykick #funnyfootball

Comments • 159

  • TheNinkyN0nk
    TheNinkyN0nk 4 months ago +331

    Kane was only sending the ball to the queen in heaven as any proud British person would.

  • PlayWitBen
    PlayWitBen 4 months ago +127

    Australian keeper technique was funny but effective 😂

  • Tomas WHU
    Tomas WHU 2 months ago +2


  • ino oo
    ino oo 2 months ago +3

    the backflip
    how did he not miss that shot?!
    dont worry i didnt forget about the keeper doing that too

  • LED MC5 YT
    LED MC5 YT 4 months ago +20

    Australian keeper was getting sturdy and saved it he is the king of sturdy

  • DS38 👽
    DS38 👽 3 months ago +8

    That dive from haaland tho 😂

    • HearttLiaa
      HearttLiaa 3 months ago

      wasnt a dive, he lost his footin

  • naylapor
    naylapor 3 months ago +5

    The penalty kick I thought I got the video paused after seeing some players still moving 😅😂😂😂

  • ·.·☆لحظات متنوعه☆·.·

    Cristiano slapped him hard, but he deserved it 😂😂

  • Vincent Vega
    Vincent Vega 4 months ago +35

    4:34 This is a certified Casillas moment

  • Ruppom Barman
    Ruppom Barman 2 months ago +1

    Baila Ahora! Baila Ahora!
    -Leo Messi

  • Albert Diaz
    Albert Diaz 3 months ago +4

    This is all I got to say to that goalkeeper against Ronaldo never let them know your next move

  • der.suraj
    der.suraj 4 months ago +17

    Aussie keeper came off the line though!

  • Adelin best fun
    Adelin best fun 4 months ago +12

    Very funny, I laughed a bit. 🤣🤣

  • ꧁࿇ÐɑʀҟƑîʀɛ࿇꧂

    Mbappe be like : LOL KANE IS SO BAD
    Kane: ......

  • ShadowSun
    ShadowSun 4 months ago +15

    2:47 had the same reaction as the commentator

  • Christien Therrien
    Christien Therrien 4 months ago


  • Rashy Trip
    Rashy Trip 4 months ago +8

    1:17 I'm from the country Australia eliminated from the world cup by preventing that goal
    My country already has it hard to qualify to the world cup, being in one of the most rough qualifiers (south america) last time on Russia they barely made it after 35 years
    It would've mean the world for us to qualify again, but seeing that was hearthbroken, and seeing the kepper do that in such an important match made it even worse

    • TheNinkyN0nk
      TheNinkyN0nk 4 months ago +1

      Imagine how much it meant to Australia 🙄. That's the game, better luck next time.

    • Rashy Trip
      Rashy Trip 4 months ago +1

      @TheNinkyN0nk Nah thats cool, the only bothering part was that the keeper seem to be taunting the entire thing
      not only when they won
      that keeper did it since the very beggining

    • TheNinkyN0nk
      TheNinkyN0nk 4 months ago +1

      @Rashy Trip well, sadly that's the game too. The goalkeeper in the video only came on for the penalties. In my opinion it's no different from all the other mind games made by goalkeepers (taunting, staring...). In fact I remember thinking it was funny as the Peruvian media kept saying that Australia was an easy win and just being brats. That being said, I'm looking at it from an outside perspective, I understand your feelings as if it was my team maybe I'd feel like you

    • Rashy Trip
      Rashy Trip 4 months ago

      @TheNinkyN0nk I can't speak for my country but I might have been the only peruvian who never underestimates an opponent
      I was always scared particulary of the australian team, so much so that I kept telling all my family and friends "if we go up against anyone but australia, we might have a chance"
      I know some media was outright awful but I can't really control that, we weren't really in the position to get cocky since we don't get to go to the world cup that often anyway
      I really don't know what lead some to believe a match could be easy

    • NCR Trooper
      NCR Trooper 3 months ago +2

      Hermano, como argentino no te haces una idea de lo triste que me puso ver a Perú sin poder clasificar y a Uruguay eliminada, pero por suerte pudimos traer la copa al continente después de 20 años sin pisar Sudamérica, no la ganó solo Argentina, la ganaron todos los países hermanos que nos apoyaron. Un cordial saludo de un random de internet

  • Clinch Knot
    Clinch Knot 4 months ago +23

    I know dude at 1:58 is not even on the bench no more😂

    • Kihm Jones
      Kihm Jones 4 months ago

      my angle was bad but still not sure what happened as 1:58 was not playing or on the field and no active player could have reached the ball out of bounds .. as not being a player he could not keep the ball in play .. again my knowledge of such is not expert I think by his other foot placement he stopped the ball at the line in front of him

    • Clinch Knot
      Clinch Knot 3 months ago

      @Kihm Jones that’s actually the explanation. If you’re not one of the 22 fielders (11 each including the GK), then everything should be touched after the ball goes out of bounds, considering you’re just on the sidelines. If for some reason you touch it while not out of bounds, you get penalized as a 12th player. Usually it’s a card, but since it was in the penalty area, I guess that’s why the other team got a free penalty.

  • Its an OuO
    Its an OuO 4 months ago +5

    n 1493, Christopher Columbus returned to Europe with a handful of revelations and a pocket full of corn seeds. He had learned about many things during his travels to the New World, but few were as exciting as the promising grain he had encountered for the first time. It was unfamiliar; it was delicious; it was, as Columbus romanticized at the time, "affixed by nature in a wondrous manner and in form and size like garden peas," and it could, if they learned to farm it properly, help feed a lot of people.
    The only problem was that Columbus had left behind a fairly important bit of information. "He didn't take back the knowledge of how to process it," said Betty Fussell, the author of "The Story of Corn," which chronicles the grain's several-thousand-year history. "That might sound innocuous, but it probably changed the course of history."
    Over the next few hundred years, most of Europe grew to misunderstand corn rather than embrace it. Meanwhile, across the Atlantic, the grain endured a different fate: It thrived, and eventually found its way to the very center of the American diet.
    Today, the United States is the largest producer and consumer of corn - and by a long shot. Corn is in the sodas Americans drink and the potato chips they snack on; it's in hamburgers and french fries, sauces and salad dressings, baked goods, breakfast cereals, virtually all poultry, and even most fish. The grain is so ubiquitous that it would take longer to list the foods that contain traces of it than to pinpoint the ones that don't. "Our entire diet has been colonized by this one plant," Michael Pollan told National Public Radio in 2003.
    But corn wasn't always so omnipresent. It took time for European settlers to warm to corn and, most importantly, a coalescence of fortunate events for it to sprout into an industrial behemoth.
    Until the 1800s, corn was eaten mostly by the poor. It was a cheap and prolific crop, consumed by farmers and fed to prisoners. And it was also used as a commodity. As Pollan wrote in his poignant 2006 book "The Omnivore's Dilemma," corn "was both the currency traders used to pay for slaves in Africa and the food upon which slaves subsisted during their passage to America."
    But then came the industrial revolution, and with it three essential technologies that helped propel the grain from the diets of the impoverished to dining tables all over the country.
    The first was an iron plow, which allowed farmers to sow deep into the soil, and on much larger scales. The Midwest was planted with corn on a commercial basis precisely because of this new, simple but revolutionary tool. Two other advancements had an equally large effect, even though they touched corn production more tangentially.
    "One of the most important boons for corn might have been that the commercial farms in the Midwest grew up at the same time as the canneries and railroads," said Fussell.
    Until then, corn was mainly distributed locally. But the rise of trains, which moved the harvest well beyond county limits, and the advent of canning, which meant it could keep for much longer, allowed farmers to grow with hundreds of thousands of mouths in mind. In the coming decades, the amount of land dedicated to corn grew incredibly quickly. It would be another half-century, however, until corn made its way to the center of the American diet.
    Corn is what Fussell calls a genetic monster, because it's highly adaptable and easily manipulated. And there is, perhaps, no better example of its mutant-like qualities than what happened shortly after the turn of the 20th century.
    In the 1920s and 1930s, scientists discovered a way to boost corn production to a level that was previously unthinkable. They bred hybrid strains that had larger ears and could be grown closer together, which allowed farmers to produce a lot more corn without more land. The discovery, coupled with the introduction of new industrial fertilizers and more-efficient farm tools, such as tractors, led to a thunderous rise in output.
    In the following decades, "the number of bushels of corn per acre doubled, and then continued to rise each year," as Paul Roberts wrote in his 2009 book "The End of Food." Corn yields have risen ever since, with only brief interruptions due to sporadic droughts, interruptions that farmers are countering with further engineered corn.
    Advancements in farming technology and science paved the way for corn's ascent in the American food system, but what has allowed for corn to seep into just about every food Americans eat today is that, above all, it is inexpensive.
    "Corn has and always will be cheap, because it grows everywhere in the world," said Fussell.
    At present, a bushel of corn costs about $4 - less than half the price of soybeans, and a good deal less than wheat. And the price is falling.
    The most incredible thing about the corn grown in America today is how little of it we actually eat.
    Less than 10 percent of the corn used in the United States is directly ingested by humans. The bulk is either turned into ethanol, for use as fuel, or fed to the hundreds of millions of animals we raise. Cows, chickens, pigs and even fish, which are fed pellets made largely of corn, eat several times the amount of the grain people consume each year.
    The relative cheapness of corn and its usefulness as a form of energy - both for living animals and for living, more generally - have proved important enough that the government subsidizes its production to the tune of some $4.5 billion each year. The result is perpetuation of ambitious growing goals: Farmers, realizing that the more efficient they are, the more money they will get, grow more and more corn. The more corn there is, the lower its price, and the greater the incentive to use it in as many ways as possible.
    To talk about corn without talking about the different varieties would be to overlook an important facet of its ubiquity in the United States. There are many types, but the most commonly eaten forms can be divided into three general categories.
    The first, which is perhaps the most romanticized, is sweet corn. Sweet corn is what Americans grill in the summer, and boil or bake during the rest of the year. It's eaten on the cob. It gets stuck in your teeth. And it accounts for only about 1 percent of the corn grown in America.
    Flint corn, which has a soft center and harder outer shell, is what most people know as popcorn. It became popular in the 1960s after Jiffy Pop, which cooked the kernels in aluminum foil on the stovetop, was introduced, and rose further in the 1970s and 1980s, shortly after the introduction of the microwave. Today, much like sweet corn, flint accounts for a steady but comparatively insignificant portion of the U.S. corn crop.
    And then there's dent corn, a.k.a. field corn, the most important kind. It accounts for the vast majority of corn grown in America today, as well as the vast majority of the corn Americans eat. It's in most animals we eat, because it's fed to most animals we raise for slaughter; it's in most of the beverages we drink, because high-fructose corn syrup, which is derived from flint corn, is the most commonly used commercial sweetener; it's even in our cheese, because our cows munch on it instead of grazing on grass.
    It's largely invisible, in other words, but also virtually inseparable from the American diet.
    "People have this kind of nostalgic understanding of corn," said Fussell. "They think of corn on the cob and popcorn. But the truth is that field corn is what we are really talking about when we talk about the dominance of corn in the United States."
    "It's in almost every product in the supermarket today," she said. "That's no exaggeration."
    In many ways, Europe still scoffs at the grain that defines the American food system. The world is a wheat culture, Fussell said. But the truth is that corn's ubiquity in the United States has, in turn, boosted its popularity elsewhere. American-style processed food, which almost always relies on corn, touches countries all around the globe.

  • Jafar ultra
    Jafar ultra 4 months ago +5

    🤣🤣🤣Very funny

  • Tahmid Hasan Shoumik
    Tahmid Hasan Shoumik 3 months ago +6

    7:40 omg 😂😂🤣 this one was crazy

  • BenComedy 2020
    BenComedy 2020 4 months ago +8

    7:44 - Ey, You should have jumped in the other direction next time we kick the penalty!

  • mr downshot
    mr downshot  4 months ago +6

    Wow 7:08 let's give credit to Neymar I think he deserves the award of best diver who agrees and I am not making fun of Him I am a fan

  • Wacky playz
    Wacky playz 4 months ago +9

    2:12 bro looks like he had a lag spike

  • Emin Atageldiyev
    Emin Atageldiyev 3 months ago

    Kane is kicking to russia from qatar, but mbappe is laughing so bad.

  • Juan David
    Juan David 4 months ago +1

    Spurs pens shouldve been retaken, my man Krull didnt even have his feet on the line lol

  • David Ân Janvier Nguyễn
    David Ân Janvier Nguyễn 4 months ago +14

    7:55 Unbelievable! Is that real?

    • Rhys Plant
      Rhys Plant 4 months ago

      No, I remember from a youtuber a few years back, made a whole video of them that looked super real.

    • Zecmyon Koniéczkiy
      Zecmyon Koniéczkiy 3 months ago

      Nope not real

    • Coder
      Coder 3 months ago

      No, it's an ad for Sky bet.

  • AL_at_Clouds
    AL_at_Clouds 3 months ago

    01:27 for a sec, my mind went "why the hell connor mcgregor in this video?"

  • Its Abdul YT
    Its Abdul YT 4 months ago +2

    It depends the direction of the player shoots like how?

  • Activity of MIMO
    Activity of MIMO 4 months ago +1

    2:52 laughed harder

  • Ivan J Rivas
    Ivan J Rivas 3 months ago

    a lot of these players keep pressing square instead of circle jesus..

  • Mia boesgaard
    Mia boesgaard 4 months ago +36

    The legende say that Ball is on Mars now from Harry kane

    • Max_editz
      Max_editz 4 months ago +5

      You gonna say about Kepa

    • Leo.devxx@LM10
      Leo.devxx@LM10 4 months ago +1

      But some say that he had sent the ball to NASA

    • ItzSidGames
      ItzSidGames 4 months ago

      Nah there was actually a ball that they discovered football on mars😂😂😂😂

  • Naruto Uzumaki
    Naruto Uzumaki 3 months ago

    That kick was a hurricane 💀

  • FlexIvrea22
    FlexIvrea22 3 months ago

    The end😂🤣😂🤣😂

  • Michael Demokrata
    Michael Demokrata 2 months ago +1

    very very fun

  • 𝔼𝕝𝕨𝕚𝕥𝕙𝕖𝕘𝕘𝕠𝕤

    Typical Kane 🤣

  • Syzc_
    Syzc_ 3 months ago +1

    1:19 im peruvian and seeing this game made me get so mad

  • nelson otero
    nelson otero 4 months ago +1

    los argentino no le gusto ese baile que le hicieron uruguay y los vengaron gg

  • SπdR
    SπdR 3 months ago

    Bro got the cheat codes lmao

  • Aɴᴀɢʜ PS
    Aɴᴀɢʜ PS 4 months ago +12

    2:45 most replayed💀
    Men will be men

  • giacomo lavacca
    giacomo lavacca 3 months ago

    0:31 🤣

  • slep
    slep 3 months ago

    Redmane is fire

  • JstWlkFutrWinr
    JstWlkFutrWinr 4 months ago +1

    What's the name of the team? 4:40 😂

  • NeedSomeAim
    NeedSomeAim 3 months ago

    The safe at 5:24 💀

  • Fast Football
    Fast Football 2 months ago

    Who gave the water bottle to the goalkeeper?

  • mrmr
    mrmr 4 months ago

    football players act to hurt,but in american football you can break a wrist and have to play the next quarter.

    • palermothegoalgod
      palermothegoalgod 3 months ago

      Wtf, if somebody has broken a bone who said they have to carry on playing total bs

  • Leart
    Leart 3 months ago +2

    Je bent de beste Clip-Sharer ooit
    Like als je dat ook vindt

  • Catherine Southworth
    Catherine Southworth 3 months ago

    AS I'M TYPING THIS can we just realize that his channel is ninety and he has 9k subs?

  • VTA14
    VTA14 4 months ago

    6:54 wtf was that😹😹😹

  • 7_YTiscool shorts
    7_YTiscool shorts 4 months ago +3

    1:12 do what it says😂

  • Bruh
    Bruh 4 months ago +3

    believe your friend be like: 5:45

  • jenish panta
    jenish panta 4 months ago +1


  • Pintobeanmason
    Pintobeanmason 2 months ago +1

    Astronomers found a ball on the moon because of harry kane

  • Emin Atageldiyev
    Emin Atageldiyev 3 months ago

    Siuuuuu! Ronaldo scored

  • Funny Football Ting
    Funny Football Ting 4 months ago


  • Hdjdj Hdhdhd
    Hdjdj Hdhdhd 3 months ago

    13 stycznia około godziny 15:00

  • R Carlos
    R Carlos 4 months ago +2


  • Emin Atageldiyev
    Emin Atageldiyev 3 months ago

    Why after scoring the girl shakes her butt? Say stop to cristiano slapping.

  • B M
    B M 4 months ago +1

    who's the taker at 2:17 ? player/team. Thx in advance

    • Seixo Paulo
      Seixo Paulo 4 months ago

      The team is Feirense, the player is Jardel, from Portugal's "Liga Portugal 2" (2nd Division)

  • Tj Javier
    Tj Javier 4 months ago +1

    What happened in 1:48?

  • Reinhardt Gibran T
    Reinhardt Gibran T 4 months ago


  • Toko
    Toko 3 months ago

    is 7:52 real?

  • Lyris
    Lyris 4 months ago

    whats the last one

  • shahawan aiy hamyd
    shahawan aiy hamyd 4 months ago +1


  • Ming Li
    Ming Li 3 months ago +1


  • joko loko
    joko loko 4 months ago

    2:44 WTH BROO

  • Lucifer .
    Lucifer . 4 months ago +2

    7:16 why it doesnt count?

    • Wili Kant
      Wili Kant 4 months ago

      I think he touched the ball 2 times

  • OG Goalkeeper
    OG Goalkeeper 4 months ago +3

    the keepers name was willy

  • E.T
    E.T 4 months ago +7


  • GRABA85
    GRABA85 3 months ago

    Replays should be checked when it seems it is a penalty and if someone pulls off bullshit diving like Neymar than he should get a red card of 5 matches suspension.

  • Artermor
    Artermor 4 months ago


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    skytation ♪ 3 months ago


    BEN TEN 4 months ago

    She is Brazil

  • Its Abdul YT
    Its Abdul YT 4 months ago +1

    I made the likes 4.3K

  • Bongda90'
    Bongda90' 4 months ago +1

    Hay quá

  • Pető Gábor
    Pető Gábor 4 months ago

    Song name?

  • Jackson Bills
    Jackson Bills 4 months ago

    im sorry mbappe just bugs me

  • Vallandar77
    Vallandar77 4 months ago


  • ༺Leͥgeͣnͫd༻Go
    ༺Leͥgeͣnͫd༻Go 4 months ago +1

    Haram olsun diye mi sevdim seni Bir kere teşekkür edildi mi sevdim seni Bir seni seviyorum demek ki neymiş efendim bu kadar çok şey var mı acaba bu kadar çok şey var mı yok çok şükür ve hamd olsun ki neymiş efendim biz de bu kadar çok şey var mı acaba bu kadar çok şey var mı acaba bu kadar çok şey var mı acaba bu kadar çok şey var mı acaba bu kadar çok film hareketler de bu açıdan çok film bu konuda biz bir çok şükür bu açıdan bakın biz bu konuda ki bir daha geri ve bu uyguhvbbbn uyguhvbbbn hedeflediği kaldırıyorlar

  • Constant Bell
    Constant Bell 4 months ago +1


  • Kevin Carrick
    Kevin Carrick 3 months ago

    A red card and a penalty all because an adult slapped another on the leg and he goes down like a ton of bricks . football players nowadays are big girls blouses . stupid dancing and squealing when someone brushes against them .
    Makes me feel sick .

  • Slime
    Slime 4 months ago

    you copy score 90´s videos bro

  • Ossi Puupponen
    Ossi Puupponen 4 months ago

    Im pele

  • Susan Donnelly
    Susan Donnelly Month ago

    Oh saved

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  • Ariel Noah
    Ariel Noah 4 months ago


  • WaSport
    WaSport 3 months ago

    cr7 is the best ❤❤❤

    MBAPPE 4 months ago +1


  • neil peel
    neil peel 3 months ago

    Sh..t mappa

  • E1L30TT R0SS
    E1L30TT R0SS 3 months ago

    I saw the

  • Luis Nish
    Luis Nish 3 months ago

    faço coco

  • Drag Bike
    Drag Bike 4 months ago +1


  • Alex Petras
    Alex Petras 3 months ago

    none ril

  • nak_Official
    nak_Official 4 months ago +2


  • Jacques Schu
    Jacques Schu 3 months ago


  • Rob Burnett
    Rob Burnett 2 months ago

    Thats so mean your evil. it must have been so hard for all the English suporters when you teased all of us laughing when kane missed the penalty, your so mean and cruel. this chanel should get banned.

  • E.T
    E.T 4 months ago +2

    Omg 6:56

  • Roch Deblois
    Roch Deblois 4 months ago


  • Elskipper
    Elskipper 4 months ago +1

    Amazing video bruh, where to contact you?