Having assessed the flight of the ball, the goalkeeper should have landed with slightly
less weight on the foot closest to the ball. The goalkeeper should then take that
foot and raise it in the air in front of the plant leg. The heel should come up
until it is parallel with the knee cap or even higher.
The hand closest to the ball is then pushed downward towards the ground. The goalkeeper
also has to twist the upper half of the body (head, shoulders, chest) towards the
ground to make the movement as fast and sharp as possible.
The goalkeeper should follow the ball with his eyes for as long as possible.