Tsuutenkaku Shoot (つうてんかくシュート, Tsūtenkaku Shūto) is a shoot hissatsu technique.
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- "A super drive shot that sends the ball coming down with a spin!"
The ball charges and absorbs the user's energy. Then, when it's finished, the user kicks it to a Steel Tower that is shaped like Osaka's landmark, and the ball reflects from it, gains momentum and goes to the goal.
- This shoot was originally just a joke randomly said by Urabe Rika in episode 40 to intimidate Raimon. She said it knowing they wouldn't understand the title since they were from Tokyo.
- Also, the shoot is named after a landmark in Osaka, which is Rika's hometown.
- This shoot has a French version: Eiffel Drive.