Sport Estonian soccer team scores own goal in 14 seconds without opponents ever touching the ball

00:15  11 august  2017
00:15  11 august  2017 Source:   msn.com

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Estonian side Paide found themselves 1-0 down after just 14 seconds in their game against Levadia on Tuesday thanks to an calamitous own goal scored without their opponents even touching the ball .

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Own goals are one of the most embarrassing things in sports. A lack of communication, a deflection — these things happen, but this Estonian team managed to score on themselves in just 14 seconds, without their opponents ever touching the ball.

Paide Linnameeskond were playing Levadia Tallinn over the weekend when this magical moment occurred. This is the part of the game where you’re just trying to get setting, get everyone a touch, and ease into things — and then they kick it backwards, out of the reach of the keeper.

It would be worse if Paide Linnameeskond tied the game or lost close, but they ended up getting walloped 8-0. So I guess that’s a silver lining?

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