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video.  The "Little Soleimani Bridge" over Sergio Ramos is all the rage

video. The “Little Soleimani Bridge” over Sergio Ramos is all the rage

Unlike his compatriot Youssef Balili, Algerian international Islam Slimani And he played with Brest on Saturday in the French first division (France) against Paris Saint-Germain.

Stade Brestois missed a luxury feat, narrowly missing a draw against the Paris stars. The match ended in favor of Lionel Messi’s teammates (1-0), but the result could have been different if Slimani had managed to convert a penalty he got in the 70th minute.

Italian goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma started on the right side, to the dismay of the top scorer in the history of the Algerian team, who was therefore unable to open his own net with his new club, which he joined there.

But he can console himself with his performance and above all the high-quality technical gesture that he managed against Spanish defender Sergio Ramos.

Overflowing on the left flank, Slimani meets, near the corner point, the former Real Madrid player. The Algerian tries a small bridge, succeeds very easily, but does not succeed in continuing the work, the Spanish defender embarrassed him a lot.

Even if the procedure did not bring anything, this gesture is very admired and since then it has been widely shared and commented on social networks.

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Islam Slimani still manages such a feat against one of the world’s best central defenders of the past decade. It is clear that Sergio Ramos, also known for the many red cards he received on the pitch, will not let him pass.

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Building a small bridge for Sergio Ramos and keeping the ball going was an impossible task. No player has ever done this, or even tried.

The boldness and technique of the Algerian striker was unanimously applauded. Even if he has not scored a goal yet, Slimani plays regularly for Brest and comes out every time with great performances.

In his first match, he entered the first half (against Montpellier, 0-7 defeat), and then played all the matches at the start. The 34-year-old Algeria international is proving every day that he is not finished and that he can still play at the top level.

The Algerians always have in mind his performance during the rematch of last March’s World Cup qualifiers against Cameroon. Despite the bitter elimination from the national team, Slimani made a first-class match.