Goal Disallowed In Spanish Fourth Tier After Ball Goes Through Hole In Net (Video)

Alan Duffy

12th, October 2011

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By Alan Duffy


Straight from the lower environs of Spanish football comes yet another argument for the introduction of goal-line technology, as well as for no holes in nets and referees with reasonable eyesight.

With the scores at 0-0 between Alondras and Pontevedra, Alondras’ Fran Fandino looped a header over the Pontevedra ‘keeper and into the back of the net. However, as the Alondras players reeled away to celebrate, the ball bounced through a hole in the net and into the stands behind.

Referee Garcia Parada apparently missed the goal and blew instread for a goal-kick. To add injury to insult to a perplexed Alondras side, Pontevedra then went on to score the winner in injury time.

http://youtu.be/Osb3HpB4K-Q

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  1. Montesquieu says:

    Couldn’t pay a person to fix it, even temporarily with some zip ties?

  2. KingEric7 says:

    In the words of Nelson Muntz, HA-ha!

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