Goal!: Santiago Munez harbours the dream of becoming a professional footballer. After an extraordinary turn of events, the poor Mexican-American immigrant has the chance to make his dream a reality when Newcastle United come calling...
Goal 2: Newcastle United's favorite player reaches superstardom - and every footballer's dream - when he's transferred to Real Madrid to play in the UEFA European Champions League alongside David Beckham, Zinedine Zidane, Raul, Guti and Iker Casillas. As Santiago basks in the glory, acclaim and money, he discovers the ugly face of success - one that threatens to destroy everything he's worked for and everyone he loves....
Filled with breathless football action in real games with real football legends, Goal 2: Living The Dream is a thrilling adrenaline rush!
Goal! 3: Taking On The World is the third part of the football film trilogy Goal! and is directed by legendary music video Director (Andy Morahan). Taking place during the 2006 FIFA World Cup in Germany, it sees Mexican footballer Santiago Munez (Kuno Becker) pitted against his Real Madrid team-mates and England players Charlie Braithwaite (Leo Gregory) and Liam Adams (JJ Feild) in a mutual quest to lift sport's ultimate prize.
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Now that I've got Goal! 1-3 Triple Pack all in one, it is brilliant and really pleased.
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I have watched all 3 Goal! movies. The first two are really a great experience as it's the best movie about football and the elevation of a young Mexican footballer who becomes a worldwide superstar. It really is like the life of many of our football superstars, the fantastic thing is that you see real-life players and legends and they insert Santiago in real matches and make him a hero of each club he joins. There's also the inside life of a footballer and the parties and relations with agents, really great for a football fan to watch. Yet Goal 3 disappointed me because it does not continue the story of the first two sequels, Santiago is still there but it shifts and becomes about 2 England players, which is disappointing because we all wanted to see what would happen with Santiago's fiancée and his footballing life. Yet worth watching.
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