This type of shot tends to follow a corner, free-kick, cross or long throw. Examples include a diving header, a flicked header or a stooping header – like Harry Kane's goal against Germany.
It's important to note that there's a trial to remove deliberate heading in matches for U12s and below. So, headers may be restricted or eliminated depending on the age of your players. Be sure to follow the relevant guidance.
Top tip: to familiarise your players with headers, consider using balloons or sponge footballs.
Knee or chest
These aren't conventional techniques, but they can get the ball into the back of the net. For example, your players could improvise and use their knee or chest to guide a deflection over the line.
Understanding different finishes can help you support your team's development. And while this list covers a lot, there are still loads of other techniques to explore. After all, who could forget Alessia Russo's brilliant back-heel against Sweden? Or Wayne Rooney's acrobatic effort against Manchester City?
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