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And finally… two great strikes

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We look far and wide for our And finally… contenders, and this week’s search leads us to Japan with a notable double. Not only is this shot from Hiroshima’s Toshihiro Aoyama an absolute belter, they follow it up with an over the top 10-pin bowling celebration. A strike that made the goalkeeper go spare, you might say. Ahem. Good work, and hat-tip to The World of Sport for the spot.

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