It had been a below-par personal performance, but all that was forgotten after he received the ball from Rodrigo on the right and played a give-and-go with Ari up that flank. Continuing his run, he met the return pass with a first-time left-footed finish that flew into the top of the net, to the goalkeeper's right.
This was anything but just another goal for Falcao. With it, his 44th strike at the FIFA Futsal World Cup, the Brazilian star surpassed compatriot Manoel Tobias to establish himself as the competition's all-time leading scorer.
"I was really anxious," the winger told FIFA 17 ps4 Coins
 after the match, still sporting his iconic No12 shirt. "With all my experience and what I've been through in my career, I wasn't expecting to feel that way. And it showed: things weren't coming off for me and people were getting disappointed. It was just when I thought that it wasn't going to happen today that the three goals came."
His overriding feeling was one of relief that this subplot will not be a distraction during the business end of the competition: "I know it's a historic day for me, futsal and Brazil, but I wanted to get it done and dusted now so that my mind is clear in the knockout stage. Now I can really say that I'm only thinking about winning the title."
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