Two famous, decisive, near-identical penalties, 34 years apart.
One penalty is retained by the goalnets, while the other is repelled.
Is the Abreu penalty, which rebounds out before the goalkeeper has even got back to his feet, somehow lacking in the aesthetic of the decisive?
Does Panenka's kick, which floats past Sepp Maier and stays past Sepp Maier, better serve the occasion?
Which do you prefer?