James Rodriguez Produces Ridiculous 'No-Look Header' During Everton Vs Manchester United
James Rodriguez showed his skills during Everton vs Manchester United by producing a 'no-look header.'
United ran out 3-1 winners at Goodison Park to reduce the pressure on manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
Everton failed to threaten throughout, but Rodriguez still managed to produce a silky bit of play in the first half.
The ball floated towards the Colombian and he glanced it to his right while looking the other way with his eyes closed.
James Rodriguez really went for the "no-look header" :joy: pic.twitter.com/wcLLUoRrxB- Football on BT Sport (@btsportfootball) November 7, 2020
Fans have reacted to the skill and while the 29-year-old didn't leave a mark on the game this afternoon, he still managed to produce a standout moment.
James Rodriguez dey give unlooking header...my idolo:fire::sob:
- Twilight:flag_black:☠️:flag_gh: (@obiaabaeny3) November 7, 2020
James Rodriguez with a no look header :clap::clap::clap:
Not being funny though, with my 50p head I could look like I was heading it 1 way & it went another.
- Ray Woodhouse #ItsGoodToTalk (@RayWoodhouse1) November 7, 2020
James Rodriguez doing a no look header against Utd :joy:
- HNDRXX or (@JustPAPINow) November 7, 2020
James Rodríguez's no-look header is going make a right mess of 'spot the ball' competitions#ManUtd #EVEMUN #everton
- Mark Puttick (@GryllidaeC) November 7, 2020
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Other players have no look passes, James Rodriguez has no look headers.
- Arsalan Khattak (@LioM10__) November 7, 2020
That no look header was class from Rodriguez
- The-Toffees (@thetoffees_com) November 7, 2020
Everton took the lead through Bernard in the first half, with the Brazilian slotting past David de Gea from a Dominic Calvert-Lewin knock down.
United got back into the game minutes later through Bruno Fernandes who headed home a Luke Shaw cross.
Fernandes then grabbed his second goal of the game with what was meant to be a cross for Marcus Rashford.
The forward glanced his head at the ball, but didn't touch it as it bounced in off the post.
A moment of controversy came in the second half when Harry Maguire was kicked by Jordan Pickford in the penalty area.
VAR checked the challenge and ruled there wasn't enough contact.
Edinson Cavani came off the bench to score his first United goal in injury time and seal all three points.
Bruno Fernandes was on a hat-trick with a chance to bag his third...- Football on BT Sport (@btsportfootball) November 7, 2020
And he laid it on a plate for Edinson Cavani to score his first Premier League goal :raised_hands:
A big result for Solskjaer and Man Utd! pic.twitter.com/roxOZZScer
The Red Devils have moved up to 13th in the Premier League, while Everton slide down to fifth after three successive defeats.
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