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Watch: Usain Bolt Scores Twice Alongside Ross McCormack As World Stops Making Sense

Watch: Usain Bolt Scores Twice Alongside Ross McCormack As World Stops Making Sense
By Gavin Cooney Updated

Here's another vignette to confirm that what you once called natural order no longer exists, and the world is just a random jumble of events that are beyond our meagre comprehension.

Usain Bolt scored twice for A-League side Central Coast Mariners alongside fellow striker Ross McCormack in a game against Macarthur South West United.

Bolt is chasing his dream to be a professional footballer with the Australian side, and scored his first goals for the club today. He has spent the last couple of months on trial at the club, and today's game was the first in which he has made the scoresheet.

Although Bolt has little natural talent other than ridiculous pace, such details didn't hold back Djibril Cisse from winning a European Cup, so perhaps his dream isn't quite so far-fetched.

Okay, the standard of opposition goalkeeping isn't great, but still, Bolt took his chances pretty well. Here's the first:

Usain Bolt Goals 

He scored a second 12 minutes later:

Mariners ran out 4-0 winners, with McCormack also on the scoresheet. Bolt had another couple of decent chances to score, heading narrowly wide during the first-half.

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Bolt said afterward that he is glad of the opportunity to show the world how he is improving, and that he is "keen to be a Mariner, to play my best and get into the team". If Bolt can chip in with goals like this, surely the marketing opportunities that he guarantees means that he will get a contract?

The world will be tuning in to see...which may be exactly the point.

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