We are going over a soccer skill move tutorial to break defenders ankles in this video! This particular skill move is used at all levels to completely beat defenders outright and is a great move to have in your arsenal to call upon when your back is turned!
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About this video: The slapcut is a very unpredictable soccer skill move that has the potential to be an ankle breaker if done correctly.
This is in no way an easy move to learn and does take a lot of practice. But if done consistently, this move can be learned and will can be used to devastating effect in matches!
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