Thursday, 3 September 2009

Keirrison scores first goal for Benfica

Barcelona loan-out Keirrison scored yesterday his first goal for Benfica. In a friendly game against Celtic Glasgow, the Brazilian striker scored the 0-1.

9 comments:

BilalBarçaBelgium said...

Simple goal... I thougt Keirisson was the one who set up the action :D

MiDO H. said...

half of his goals in palmiras were like this...
i think he knows how to position himself .. but i expect more of him !!
i hope he's no flop and anyways he's gonna need another year out on loan in la liga like henrique's situation

Boat Forever said...

He not only knows how to position himself, but also can finish from crazy angles. He's got nice dribbling skills as well. One thing he lacks is pace

Eladir said...

This goal ain't about positioning really, it's more about luck. His shot wasn't that good either.

Anonymous said...

90% of his goals in Brazil is luck then, according to Eladir. Just look at all the goals he has scored for Curitiba and Palmeiras. They are just like this goal for Benfica. That was the reason Palmeiras fans was happy to see him leave. He didn't bring anything to their play and his work ethic on the pitch was very poor.

rory said...

lol. there's more than luck to being in the right place at the right time and getting a foot on a sharply hit deflection.

far, far too many players would have drilled that ball safely away from the goal.

speaking of positioning, what was going on with the other two attackers? they both ran to what was clearly Kierreson's area on the pitch instead of staying wide to give more and better options. terrible.

Bojanibra said...

anonymouse,who told u palmeiras fans was happy to let him go? i think its now obviouse that u dont like this boy at al.every fans of keirrison in palmeiras love him and also in coritibas.he was there main man and even some times captained them to victory.
this is the real future of barcelona forward.i think bojan will just be the ideal person to play our wing next season when henry is gone and k9 will come back to back ibra up.

Anonymous said...

The fans at Palmeiras didn't like K9, they even called him Pipokeirrison, which is some kind of insult down there. At the start they loved him but he had a bad spell of games during the season and people blamed him for everything, when it was actually Luxemburgo the guilty.

peter said...

How the hell can you say that he needs to prove him self? How CAN he prove himself when he is not given any time. He's been on the bench all the time, and this was just a friendly match.

I dont know why the hell we loaned him to benfica, who has 4-5 forwards. The most silly thing this silly season.

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