Copa Libertadores: San Jose Defender Cesar Mena Scores Two Laughable Own-Goals In Baffling 3-3 Draw Against LDU Quito (Video)

Chris Wright

3rd, April 2019

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San Jose (Bolivia) and LDU Quito (Ecuador) churned out a manic 3-3 draw in the Copa Libertadores last night in a game that witnessed not one, not two, but three own-goals.

The score was level at 1-1 when San Jose defender Cesar Mena netted his first own-goal of the evening just five minutes before half-time.

With 40 minutes gone, the centre-half did the business by skewing a horrible header off the corner of his cranium and into his own net…

Mena then scored the next goal of the game in the 69th minute, once again slotting the ball deftly into his own goal to give LDU Quito a 3-1 lead.

If at all possible, his second was even worse than his first…

However, obviously feeling like he’d been missing out on the action, LDU Quito left-back Christian Cruz pulled one back for San Jose just two minutes later by volleying a delightful finish past his own goalkeeper…

We’d get that head injury looked at again if we were you, Christian.

San Jose then went and pulled an equaliser out of the bag (scored at the right end for a change) to tie things up at three goals apiece by full-time.

Copa Libertadores > all other football played on Planet Earth.

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  1. Dildo says:

    I think Pies might be the only ones watching “Libertadores” ….

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