A Thai football match was decided in weird fashion when the goalkeeper celebrated a missed penalty shootout kick - only for the ball to freakishly spin off the crossbar and into the empty net.
A Thai goalkeeper is in the spotlight after he prematurely celebrated a missed penalty during a cup match in Pathumthani on Saturday (Oct 21).
After the match finished 2-2, a marathon penalty ensued, with the scores level at 19-19 at the Queen Sirikit Anniversary Stadium.
Playing for Satri Angthong against Bangkok Sports Club, the stopper thought his side were on the verge of victory after a Bangkok player crashed a penalty against the bar with the teams tied at 19-19 in a shoot-out.
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Unfortunately for Satri Angthong, their 'keeper started celebrating a smidge too early as the ball returned from orbit and gradually began spinning back towards the goal-line...
By the time the keeper notices it's far too late.
Spectator Phakawat Kunpatee, whose video of the penalty went viral, reportedly said the goalkeeper wanted to cry.
"Both teams scored their penalties".
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The crowd is heard cheering and laughing hysterically at the freaky goal.
The successful strike put Bangkok Sports and was a devastating blow for Satri Angthong, which missed its next shot - and the game.
The successive bounces saw the ball creeping back toward the goal. It was amusing, but the goalkeeper felt like a bit silly after.
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