Russian futsal player Danil Karpuik scored an amazingly bad own goal in tonight's Youth Olympics futsal final against Brazil.
In the 19th minute the ball broke to Karpuik at the edge of the box and for some reason instead of simply clearing the ball, the player instead twatted it beyond his own keeper to give his opponents the lead:
Brazil take the early lead on a Russian own-goal in the men's #Futsal final.
See the game live: ?https://t.co/vfUYIV4Qc8pic.twitter.com/PDrAmYnLP8
— Olympic Channel (@olympicchannel) October 18, 2018
Astonishing. Another notable occurrence happened with the last kick of the game when the Brazil goalkeeper scored his side's final goal of the game from his own half after Russia had piled men forward in order to try and get back into the game:
When you're chasing the game this is always a possibility...
Brazil's GOALKEEPER seals their futsal gold in style! #BuenosAires2018 #YouthOlympics pic.twitter.com/cTwReWQ20J
— Eurosport UK (@Eurosport_UK) October 18, 2018
Futsal is where it's at lads.
Brazil went on to win the contest 4-1 claiming gold in the Youth Olympics, with Russia having to settle for silver and Karpuik having to settle for the title of worst own goal in futsal history.
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