Soccer Game Tips : How to Do a Maradona Move in Soccer

Soccer Game Tips : How to Do a Maradona Move in Soccer


Hey, I’m Chris Murray, and I’m going to demonstrate
to you, on how to do a maradona move in soccer. In soccer, there’s many different moves that
you can use, in order to avoid defenders. You have scissors, step overs, cutbacks, and
you also have the maradona. The maradona was named after Diego Maradona, who played in
the late 90’s for Argentina. With the maradona, you try to use both feet, almost at the same
time. Unlike scissors and step overs, when you’re only using one. With the maradona,
you have to stop the ball with one foot. Step around it, and take it again with the other,
in order to avoid a defender. Again, I’ll show you slowly on how to do it. Stop it with
one foot, and take with the other. The maradona is a higher skill level than your basic pullbacks
and cutbacks. Basically, you use it when you’re running at a defender, trying to go to goal,
and that’s how you do the maradona.

100 comments on this post

    Mac Ozetleri

    @pokeriotevas your so dam right

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    Deep House

    @pokeriotevas not really because maradona invented it , zidane just use it often and so it gets more popular but it was NEVER NEVER NEVER EVER invented by zidane himself 😉

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    Lucas Oliveira

    actually maradona did this move stopped,and zidane made it running and get more popular(sorry my english sucks)

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    7europeanfootballer7

    cool

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    NA Alfredo

    learn this trick has become maradona? oh my god how stupid people are there in the world

    Reply

    Tom de Sousa

    @patriargentina92 ummmm im from Canada and ive been playing since i was 3, and im not the best but i consider myself a pretty good soccer player…..

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    splappie

    i play fieldhockey and i can do this trick, so you suck

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    Ragd Zidane

    @FqSCyanide me too, but im 13 xD

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    BKL

    Higher skill level? I was able to do the maradona move correctly when i was in U-8 rec

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    MrGabrielV

    im american and we really fucked up by calling football "soccer" just my opinion

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    Kenneth Vervoort

    it's called zidane move;)

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    Jammy Joe

    thats called the marseille roulette, not the maradona move.

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    Pedro Silva

    Soccer… lol
    It's football dude xD

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    opakoner378

    Zidane Roulette

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    Steviathon

    Lol, thought it said "Madonna"…

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    CallOfDutyTips

    @FqSCyanide Maradona is definetly not a general skill move im 14 as well and i play in travel soccer clubs its hard to learn and not easy to pull off with defenders around you.

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    Emilio Napoleoni

    Horrible man… the real moves of Maradona it calls, "The Gambeta" =)

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    grimleemer

    may I ask why you need a tutorial to do one of the easiest tricks in soccer?

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    TabooProductivity

    @grimleemer Because not everyone can do 'one of the easiest tricks in soccer'.

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    daniglue

    go back to McDonald's, dude…

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    Mohsen T.B.

    @FqSCyanide because it was invented by maradona you dumb! maradona was the first player, who showed this skill….thus it is logical, they named it like that…

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    beavisorcerer

    zidane does this trick much more better than maradona do

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    bucketfrog95

    how to do it? you take out your hand in front of the goal, score with your hand, and celebrate like you've headed the ball.

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    nosnitchin

    @ShooterFriedland It's true that many players did this move way before Zizou. But Zinedine used his ''Roulette'' (here in Italy called ''Veronica'') so many times and with so much class and speed that it soon became one of his favourite (and favored by Juventus supporters) movement. Please consider that although Diego was only 1.65m and thus had a shorter reach, he also had a lower barycentre which makes those kind of moves easier and ore fluid.

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    nosnitchin

    @ShooterFriedland Yeah, that's true. One like Diego had lot of pressure from opponents, more than one like Messi has nowadays.
    Ps: Forza Juve!

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    Corky97

    The way he says Maradona like "Maradoner" makes me want to violently assault him.

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    Martin Smith

    so much wrong with this..

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    bosniak opet

    @tatengue107 dude i love that mexican laugh jaja

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    tatengue107

    @bosniancristianorona i´m argentine ;), country of maradona

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    bosniak opet

    @tatengue107 ops jajaja lol sorry dude

    Reply

    tatengue107

    @bosniancristianorona ok

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    Joe Barner

    @tatengue107 hey, how bout you talking shit on other countries you fuckin bitch, your racist coments show that you are an ignorant bitch, so stop!

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    tatengue107

    @mrmountaineer2 hey, i´m not racist

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    alexa maddi

    I always thought that was called a ''360 spin'' 😀

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    callum hall

    get a proper kit

    Reply

    DiagonalSeven

    that's saaad

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    Ib

    Maradona…. Not Mara Donor….

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    90’s_kid

    IT'S NOT SOCCER IT'S FOOTBALL !!!
    even in africa knows that !!!

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    Mantas K.

    @thrackthedon you are great unintentional comedians though :DD

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    C41N4

    1st: its called the ROULETTE, or 360!
    2nd: you dont just stop the ball with the first foot necessarily… you move it outwardly, to get out of the way of the defender.

    Jeez, no wonder the girls can beat your ass in Football!!!

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    Stefan Stefanov

    u obviously don't know shit about soccer
    1st maradona played in the late 80's for argentina
    2nd that not a high skill move my brother is 4 i taught him how to do it and he mastered it in 2 days
    3rd ur a american u have no reason touching a soccer ball the real football is in Europe and south america and Africa

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    atlien991

    @tatengue107 it's the white American that does this kind of talking.

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    MrHerdeep

    hahaha,, hey cris,, u should be in every clip,,,,lol

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    FIFA Meris

    That is 360°

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    Hella poppin

    @FIFAMERIS2000 No, it is called "Maradona"

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    Hella poppin

    @C41N4 No, Maradona is the official name for this. Diego Maradona is the one who revolutianized it and made it popular.

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    C41N4

    @benjalazo
    i see… just never actually being called like that before. my bad then. 🙂

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    Super786hassan

    by the way when u go back to mcdonals give me a free fillet fish

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    8thWeekday

    Oh my God grow up. I have never seen a European video get disliked because they're European, granted MOST Americans are ignorant but come on it's a sport, anyone can like it and anyone can be good at it.

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    Shino

    I was interested in seeing what was a maradona, then discovered it's just a simple 360!

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    crashfanny

    not to be annoying but serioulsy whu cares where this guy comes from he's just trying to show us a move poor guy doesnt need to be disliked cause he's american

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    Daskie69

    @crashfanny not only because he is american but also because he said that maradona played in the late 90's

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    Daskie69

    american teaching football, calling it soccer, saying that maradona played in the late 90's… FUCK THIS

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    AlbatrBoss

    If that is a "Maradona" what is "Marseille Roulette"?

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    Alberto Pierre Paul

    @Daski69 i mean americans are kind of good at football just look at donovan and adu but he could have relaxed a bit

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    187nydala

    late 90s?! WTF

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    crashfanny

    @Daski69 oh i now see ! btw i aint american im italian

    Reply

    ivan briola

    munneeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeezz

    Reply

    franses

    now I know,

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    Blaster8282

    Wtf are U saying? Mare-a-do-a? its a fken Maradona

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    Stephen

    bunch of haters

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    ffx9999killer

    no one apreciates ur effort that u make trying to teach others .. but dont worry some ppl are haters

    Reply

    will Order

    fuck all dislike
    all shit

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    Daskie69

    @crashfanny AND because he calls fotball soccer

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    Irvin Acosta

    i thought the maradona move was punching the ball into the goal

    Reply

    stephenmiller1000

    one of the easiest moves to do and never new it was called the maradonner

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    markokarko

    late 90', what are you talking about…

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    kj20

    '' the maradona was named after deigo maradona'' .. really? would have never guessed.

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    Fjorela P

    it does not mdder wich one its called he is a great soccer player

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    Dont-_fear-_me

    late 90's??
    do u no ur soccer history?

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    ronejr766

    Bahahaha!!! Late 90's.

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    Michael Lin

    He says it maradōna instead of maradôna
    So my conclusion is that he knows nothing about soccer

    Reply

    Ben Mason

    Public speaking and athleticism obviously do NOT go hand in hand.

    Reply

    Shaan S

    He says soccer like Sahkar. (Its futbol)

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    Pedro Gomez

    Maradona played for Argentina in the 90s? Wow, how did he manage to win the world cup in 86?

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    Chris R

    when was this ever called a maradona? been doing this since long before i ever heard of ol' diego.

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    zankizedproductions

    I JUST 360 OVER THE BALL 😀

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    Diego Morales

    Then don't watch it?

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    matthew ryder

    if you want to do the the Maradona move it's simple: jump in the air and hit the ball with your arm into the net. hope this helped

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    mrsaltyz

    YOU DON'T SAY?

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    C41N4

    ITS THE EXACT SAME MOVE!!! both moves you touch the ball with one foot, then the other, while spinning, to get away from defenders. it doesnt matter if you are facing them, they on your side, below you, or sitting on the bench while you do the move. ITS THE SAME THING. to call it "Maradona" just because he did it between two guys does not make this an entire new move. its like call a bicycle kick a "Pele" because he did it "diferently". "he went a foot higher in the air than Leonidas da Silva"

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    C41N4

    its useless…

    1. ppl mad at the guy for saying soccer, not football. look up the origins of the term "soccer"
    2. ppl mad at the guy for saying Maradona "wrong". its his accent, so unless you can pronounce every single name in the world WITH NO ACCENT, then leave him alone.
    3. wheather its called maradona, roulette, 360, marseille, or whatever else, ITS THE SAME MOVE. you dont call chicken broth differently just because you put your own spice in to it. guess what? ITS STILL A CHICKEN BROTH!

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    C41N4

    your opinion is valueless. what you described is a VARIATION of the SAME MOVE, and thats a FACT, all you gotta do is watch it. Maradona used his left, then right to pull the trick, in a 180 motion, and used his left foot to exit, dashing forward, leaving 2 opposing players in his dust. its a SIMPLE MOVE. all you gotta do is practice. and weather you do a 100, 180, 360, 720, it doesnt matter, cuz youre going thru the same steps, touching the ball with one foot, then the other.

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    C41N4

    i agreed with you that he did 180, but even if he used one foot, its still just a variation, but then again, if you think he did it and that makes you happy, then fine. some people believe in santa claus and that makes them happy.

    and about the play another sport thing: no coment.

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    C41N4

    some people dont believe in air? wow, youre actually the first one to ever say such an idiocy. thats gotta be the worst argument ever.

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    C41N4

    (2/2)
    all im saying is that people can call it however they want to call it, but the main thing is that a "360", "Marseille", "Maradona", or whatever it is, is just like a spin move that is done in other sports. the goal is to shield the ball from the opposition, by spinning, wheather you do a 180, a 360, a 800, with one foot, with no foot, with whatever, its the same move.

    and by the way, dont "breath" yourself to death now

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    CRAZEDDUCKling

    This guy really isn't a born speaker is he?

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    themryesterday

    Why is he that nervous lmao

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    GTRwarrior

    the maradona was named afer diego maradona, oh i thought it as named after wayne rooney

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    Vendelbooo

    its laudrup or roulette

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    isaac ordonez

    thanxs this helped 😀

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    Sam Desousa

    Maradona played in the late 90's with Argentina??? what a D bag… Learn your history bub

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    Zombieateravp

    Shouldn't the Marion'

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    Zombieateravp

    Shouldn't the maradina be scoring with your hand

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    humbaba484

    The Late 90s?!  Maradona played for Argentina starting in the late 70s, through the 80s and into the early 90's until he was kicked out of the '94 World Cup at the tail end of his international career.

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    Armando Med

    2016

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    imworden

    Late 70s

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    Izzy La Croix

    * zooms in *

    and thats how you do the mar-oh-dona

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    Anthony Garcia

    Why he always like he got a cold on most your videos, and really curious about it lol ??

    Reply

    Slxyer

    mare-ah-dawn-ah
    Not
    mare-ah-dón-ah

    Reply

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