Top 10 Almost Goals 2019/20 – Based on Goal Probability

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  • Bundesliga published this video item, entitled “Top 10 Almost Goals 2019/20 – Based on Goal Probability” – below is their description.

    That was a close one! ► Sub now: Even the Bundesliga’s best strikers and midfielders have a bad day at the office every now and then. While they often make scoring look easy, there are some opportunities that almost inexplicably fail to find the back of the net. We take a look at the top 10 chances in 2019/20 with the highest goal probability that were somehow missed. What do you think? Which one should definitely have been a goal? Let us know in the comments. ► Watch Bundesliga in your country: ► Join the conversation in the Bundesliga Community Tab: Goals, bloopers, highlights & much more – only the best of the best from Germany’s football league! Enjoy the top compilations of the Bundesliga stars and let us know what you think of our selection. Is there anything you’d like us to know? Leave us a comment! The Official Bundesliga YouTube channel has much more to offer! Subscribe now and visit us at to enjoy more great Bundesliga action!

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