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And finally… half-way line own goal horror show

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Across to South America for the latest And Finally… and Brazil’s second tier where Guarani defender Rodrigo Arroz pulled a stunning 50 yard half volley out of the bag. Just a shame it was in the wrong goal really. To be fair he wasn’t exactly helped by his own keeper who was miles out of the box for no good reason and, to add insult to injury, Arroz’s mistake gifted rivals Goias a 2-1 win.

Hat-tip to @Rupert_Fryer for the spot.

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