Australia F Tim Cahill’s amazing volley goal recreated in Legos


You might have been working and decided the match up between Australia and the Netherlands wasn’t worth watching. On paper it was a safe call and a good bet, Netherlands had just issued a 5-1 beat down to the defending World Cup champions Spain.

To Socceroos came to play and didn’t make it easy for the Dutch team. At one point in the second half, that’s right the second half, the Socceroos were leading before a Robin van Persie goal tied the game.

The goal of the game however came from Tim Cahill, who struck a volley out of mid air and rifled it under the crossbar for a goal. THe goal came in the 21st minute of the game, 70 seconds after Arjen Robben had given the Oranje the lead.

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So what does the internet do when something incredible happens? They make incredible things. I’m not sure who made it, though “The SPORT Bible” tweeted it at Tim Cahill, who retweeted it.

The Lego recreation is a thing of beauty and pretty accurate to the real goal, where is the Robin van Persie header version of this? Check it out below:


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  • Erlas

    the French agency Armstrong made it!