Liverpool supporters baffled as Jota takes the penalty with his right foot


Diogo Jota has been on fire in front of goal this season and his second-half appearance against Leicester City showcased this at its best.

When our No. 20 stepped up to score the winning goal against Leicester City, many Liverpool fans couldn’t believe it when they saw him pull off a left-footed shot.

This season, five of his 10 Premier League goals have come with his left foot and three with his head, so you can’t blame our supporters for thinking he’s better with the ‘weaker’ leg. ‘ mine.

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In his six Premier League seasons, the Portuguese has scored six with his head, 15 with his right hand and 14 with his left.

Firstly; he doesn’t have weak feet and his headers are also very good which makes him the perfect striker.

Also; His scoring ability has been of great help while playing under Jurgen Klopp and he is now chasing Mo Salah’s scoring record this season.

Nobody thought we could find a player to break through to the third line but we found someone and he continues to impress and amaze our fans.

Looking back at his ability in front of goal, here are the left and right penalties against Leicester, courtesy of @LFC:

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Jake Nichol

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