Situations like this should not be considered as impeding.
The attacker is in the trajectory of the ball and jumps over it. UEFA says that the goalkeeper's line of vision can be considered as obstructed but not clearly as requested by Law 11. The attacker is quite far from the goalkeeper and he jumps well before the ball comes close to him.
UEFA says that the decision to keep the flag down and award the goal "CAN be considered as correct". But this is mainly said concerning the line of vision. There is not much said about whether the goalkeeper is impeded in his actions to save the ball.
If we study the video and look only at the goalkeeper then we can see that he does not jump for the ball right away, but takes a moment before doing so. This could be because he was unable to react right away - but mainly due to line of vision being obstructed and not due to the attacker jumping away from the ball
Jumping away from the ball an further from the line of vision of the goalkeeper should be considered as trying not to obstruct the play. This means that the attacker is doing all he can not to impede the actions of the goalkeeper. Therefore situations like this should not be considered as impeding.
Jumping over the ball with legs spread can also be considered as an attempt not to obstruct play and let the ball pass, but in those cases it does not matter, because (though not intentionally) the goalkeeper is anyway clearly impeded.