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Tsuutenkaku Shoot (つうてんかくシュート, Tsūtenkaku Shūto) is a shoot hissatsu technique.

Description

Inazuma Eleven 2: Kyoui no Shinryakusha

  • "A super drive shot that sends the ball coming down with a spin!"

Users

Info

It was used in episode 60 against The Genesis but was stopped easily by Nero.

Usage

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.

Slideshow

Anime

Video

Anime

Inazuma Eleven (イナズマイレブン)Tsutenkaku Shoot つうてんかくシュート

Inazuma Eleven (イナズマイレブン)Tsutenkaku Shoot つうてんかくシュート

Game

Inazuma eleven 3 spark Tsutenkaku shoot

Inazuma eleven 3 spark Tsutenkaku shoot

Trivia

  • 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.