Cruyff Turn

The Cruyff turn (also spelled Cruijff turn in the Netherlands) is an evasive football move or dribbling named after Dutch player Johan Cruyff.[2] In the 24th minute of the game against Sweden in the group stage of the 1974 World Cup, while Cruyff had control of the ball in an attacking position but was facing his own goal and being guarded tightly by Swedish defender Jan Olsson, Cruyff feigned a pass before dragging the ball behind his standing leg, turning 180 degrees, and accelerating away.[3] With its simplicity, effectiveness and unpredictability, the Cruyff turn remains one of the most commonly used dribbling moves in modern football.[4][5][1][6]

Johan Cruyff and his only World Cup tournament (1974)
Hal Robson-Kanu used a Cruyff turn to score in Wales' historic quarter-final victory over Belgium at UEFA Euro 2016.[1]