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(Twitter)   In soccer, there are own goals due to bad luck, bad mistakes, and then there's this one   (twitter.com) divider line
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755 clicks; posted to Sports » on 16 Jun 2021 at 4:54 PM (5 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



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2021-06-16 11:57:54 AM  
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2021-06-16 4:49:30 PM  
Who's your dada, eh?
 
2021-06-16 4:58:47 PM  
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2021-06-16 5:04:15 PM  
The keeper is doing the correct thing: he's out of the net where a missed pass won't result in a goal. The defender then fires his pass towards the centre of the net, not to the keeper.

Still a brutal mistake. None of his teammates seemed interested in offering support after the fact....
 
2021-06-16 5:28:21 PM  
Shoulda used those jazz hands.
 
2021-06-16 5:57:23 PM  
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/knows the struggle
 
2021-06-16 6:24:04 PM  

edmo: Shoulda used those jazz hands.


That's been a foul since 1992.

Then again, a free kick is better than a free goal.
 
2021-06-16 7:49:18 PM  

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/knows the struggle


Dude...
 
2021-06-16 8:54:31 PM  
Did the Canadian players apologize after the goal?
 
2021-06-16 8:58:37 PM  

zimbomba63: Did the Canadian players apologize after the goal?


The keeper was born and raised in Canada (I'm guessing of Haitian parentage)

He's in hospital suffering from an acute brain cramp.
 
2021-06-16 9:19:03 PM  
Honestly it looks like he did it on purpose.  He appears to look and step over the ball.  If he was acting it was a bad acting job.
 
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