Basically without any spoilers, whoever rates this film above one star has obviously NOT seen or understood the first 2 Goal Movies, this is one to avoid at all costs, it will ruin your image of Goal. Santiago is pitted against his Real Madrid team mates (who are not even in the first two films at all) they fail to mention that Santiago, the character the film is about DOES NOT EVEN PLAY in the world cup, nor in the whole film. Hes written off the main story within half an hour and the film then focuses on the love life of two fictitious England footballers and the pain of exiting to Portugal at the World Cup 2006. Im suprised Kuno agreed to do this movie as hes more of a guest star than a central focal character. Its low budget which is explains the so called live action scenes but thats not what bothers me, 2 years of waiting for this film and a director, writer etc have ruined the franchise not just for me but for every true Goal Fan. All those unanswered questions left at the end of Goal 2 (Santis unborn son etc etc) will never be discovered, in fact, all past characters are not even mentioned. So if you want to watch a GOAL film, just watch the previous two and make up your own conclusion of the trilogy, because you certainly will not find it here.