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Robin Van Persie's First Goal For Fenerbache Was A Last Minute Winner And A Blatant Foul

Robin Van Persie's First Goal For Fenerbache Was A Last Minute Winner And A Blatant Foul
By Mikey Traynor

Dutch striker Robin Van Persie is off the mark for his new club after making a cut-price summer move from Manchester United, as he's given his Fenerbache teammates a big Europa League qualification boost in the process.

The Turkish club were drawing 0-0 away to Greek club Atromitos, but Robin Van Persie popped up in injury time to steal a vital away goal for his team, and there's no way it should have stood.

RVP clearly gave the defender a firm two-handed shove in the back to create space for a header, but the goal stood:

That's as blatant as it gets.

It didn't bother Van Persie one bit though, and Fenerbache have one foot in the Europa League group stages.

via r/soccer.

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