I was thinking about the strange Lee Trundle penalty the other week and how it perplexed ourselves and the lawmakers who probably never envisaged such an event taking place. So i was thinking of other circumvents that may be 'legal' in a penalty situation. The best one that comes to mind is a player going to strike a ball and initially going over the top with his foot (missing the ball) but continuing his forward movement of his foot (seeing the keeper commit to a dive either side) and doing a full 360 rotation with his foot and putting the ball in the opposite corner with the follow through without stopping. Technically its the same one movement, he hasn't stopped or feined, (he's struck it when he was ready) and I'm struggling to see how it could be cancelled out as the law is written. Until strange things happen we have no reference but is this technically allowable? Cue, Law Nerd attack!!