Monday, May 05, 2008

Keeper scores

It was the long-range strike that every goalkeeper dreams of scoring one day.

Montgomery Town's Steve Goodwin blasted the ball from the edge of his own penalty area, over the head of the opposition keeper and into the net.

Now local MP Lembit Opik has tabled a Commons motion praising it as one of the "greatest and most spectacular goals" in British football history.

Fan Peter Mills said: "It was the type of shot you never think you'll see, and something we'll never see again."

1 comment:

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