Andrej Kramaric Scores Outrageous No-Look Penalty Vs Borussia Dortmund - Then Sends Message To Roberto Firmino
Andrej Kramaric sent a cheeky message to Roberto Firmino after scoring an outrageous no-look penalty against Borussia Dortmund yesterday.
Kramaric ended the Bundesliga season in style after scoring all four goals for Hoffenheim as they drubbed Dortmund 4-0.
His fourth goal came from the spot and he decided to pay homage to former Hoffenheim attacker Firmino with his no-look set piece.
The ball nestled under Roman Burki and Kramaric took to Instagram following the game and told the Liverpool forward he had 'no fear'.
:zap: FOUR goals :zap:- Football on BT Sport (@btsportfootball) June 27, 2020
Hoffenheim have four, Andrej Kramaric has four!
Dortmund are getting dismantled... pic.twitter.com/AJyX1vlJeR
View this post on Instagram@roberto_firmino :raised_hands: Fear:question:NO :fire:
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Firmino replied to the post with a series of emojis, including two 'ice-cold' faces.
No-look passes and shots have become a trademark of Firmino's in his time at Anfield and his fascination also began while at Hoffenheim.
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"I remember the first no-look goal I scored for Hoffenheim," the Brazilian told Bleacher Report.
"Against Werder Bremen, I think. Something like that. I rounded the goalkeeper and turned away from it. It came from nowhere; the idea just came to me. It's dangerous, isn't it? You can miss out on a goal. But whenever the chance comes, I do it."
Croatian forward Kramaric's performance stunned Dortmund who looked completely off the pace throughout.
The 29-year-old became the first man to score four goals away at Dortmund in Bundesliga history in just his second start since a recent injury.
Kramaric joined Hoffenheim in 2016 after a short spell at Leicester City didn't work out.
However, he's found his shooting boots over in Germany and displayed a serious level of clinical finishing on the final day of the season.
Andrej Kramarić is quickly becoming a legend at Hoffenheim :large_blue_circle::white_circle:- Football on BT Sport (@btsportfootball) June 27, 2020
Four goals vs. Dortmund as he put them to the sword :clap: pic.twitter.com/QMdgeIM9dl
He converted all four of his shots on target and scored the same amount goals in 50 minutes of action as he did in 20 games for The Foxes.
In an injury-hit campaign, Kramaric has ended the season on an almighty high - finishing with a fairly impressive tally of 12 goals in 19 Bundesliga appearances.
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