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Sydney FC were 3-1 victors in a heated derby against defending A-League Premier Plate holders Western Sydney Wanderers on Saturday, fighting back from a 1-0 deficit in the second half. The turning point of the game came when a penalty was saved by Sydney goalkeeper Vedran Janjetovic after an impressive psyche-out.
When the 51st-minute spot kick was awarded, the Croatian shot stopper made the unusual decision to tell Wanderers striker Mark Bridge exactly where to place it. As you can see in the video above, he points to his left side several times and Janjetovic even claims he told Bridge to shoot towards that side of the goal.
The dare completely rattled the striker, who ended up trying to call his bluff by putting the ball exactly where he was told. The result was a missed opportunity to go 2-0 up and an eventual 3-1 loss.
Janjetovic shouted over the noise of the titanium spheres in his shorts clanging against each other to tell local reporters about hisRead More »from Sydney FC goalkeeper tells opponent where to place penalty, opponent obliges