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How To Do a Matthews in Soccer

Free Soccer Training video focused on how to do a Matthews in soccer. At Online Soccer Academy (OSA) we help players improve through FREE soccer tutorials. We inspire athletes that if you Believe in it® and back that up with hard work, anything in life is possible. 

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How To Do a Matthews in Soccer

Learn how to do a Matthews in this soccer drill!


Key Points:

1 - Small Push Touch Inside

2 - Sell the Fake

3 - Touch Outside with Outside of Foot

4 - Take a Big Touch

1st Reason = So you can escape a defender!

2nd Reason = You can get your eyes up!

3rd Reason = You can run faster!

5 - Accelerate Past Defender

6 - Plant Foot to Side and Behind


Exercise to Practice:

Matthews touches with your dominant foot for 30 seconds in a row. Rest for 15 seconds and then repeat for 30 seconds. Do this a few times.

To challenge yourself try to stay on an imaginary line with your touches.

Once you’ve got a few 30 second reps try a single Matthews with acceleration from a stand still.

Once comfortable get out the cones, dribble slowly to the middle cone, do your Matthews and accelerate to the top cone. The middle cone is your defender. Light jog back and repeat 5 times.



What’s Wrong:

If your touch is going straight forward instead of at an angle forward you are probably using your toe instead of the middle of the outside of your foot.


Bonus Tip:

Be confident when you do a Matthews! Don’t be surprised when it works. Expect it to work because you’ve been practicing. If you make a mistake, no big deal! Just get back on defense and win the ball back!


This Video Covers: 
How to do a matthews in soccer, in football, matthews, attacking, soccer drills, soccer tutorials, soccer drills for kids, simple soccer moves, soccer training, how to coach soccer, soccer coach, dribbling, online soccer academy, osa