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#ICYMI: Pre-wheezin’

It’s that time of year again that produces all sorts of comedy on the field as the players return to training and begin their pre-season friendlies. Here Augsburg’s Jeffrey Gouweleeuw is seen condensing the pure essence of pre-season into one spectacular own goal.

#ICYMI: CONCAFAFF

El Salvador eased past Trinidad & Tobago in the CONCACAF Gold Cup this week – the win rounded off in the 90th minute with one of the daftest goals (and most statuesque defending) we’ve ever seen.

#ICYMI: Crewmates

Andrew Farrell is this week’s impostor – seen here sabotaging New England Revolution’s efforts against Columbus Crew in the MLS regular season. Dreadful stuff.

#ICYMI: Soldiers

There was a classic in the MLS this week as Chicago Fire drew 3-3 with Philadelphia Union. A game that contained not just one, but two own goals – one for each side. The first from Union defender Jakob Glesnes was a real cracker.

#ICYMI: Natsumegu

Japan’s Takefusa Kubo made history this week, we think, with the game’s first ever recorded four man nutmeg goal against Jamaica. Well done him.

#ICYMI: Haitian horror

In a big week for international football where everyone should be celebrating the best football has to offer, Haiti keeper Josué Duverger stole all the headlines with this abominable bit of control that sent his side towards a 3-0 drubbing against Canada. Dreadful.

#ICYMI: Fresh starts

Internacional defender Zé Gabriel probably wishes he’d gotten off to a better start in the new Serie A season in Brasil – this truly catastrophic intervention completing a miserable afternoon for his side, who were smashed 5-1 by Fortaleza.

#ICYMI: Grêm de la Grêm

Grêmio are on course to reach the final stages of this year’s Copa do Brasil if they can hang on to a 2-0 aggregate lead over Brasiliense. Their lead could have been more comfortable, though, had Ricardinho not somehow managed to miss an open goal from three yards out.

#ICYMI: Padders

Some big names in German football are heading down to the second tier next season (Schalke 04, Werder Bremen and FC Köln to be precise) and Paderborn’s Aristote Nkaka showed them what they can expect with this horrifying ordeal of an own goal.

#ICYMI One in a thousand

Sergio Reguilon probably wishes games were still behind closed doors, as 10,000 Spurs fans were there to witness this particular clanger at the weekend. Not only did it contribute to his side’s 2-1 home defeat, but it was also the 1000th own goal in Premier League history. Quite the way to bring up that particular landmark, and nice to be the answer to a pub quiz question for years to come…

#ICYMI: Vollander

AS Monaco stuffed fourth tier minnows Rumilly Vallières 5-1 in the semi-finals of the Coupe de France this week but FM2014 wonderkid Kevin Volland had a night to forget – failing to score and providing us with this horrific miss.

#ICYMI: Comebacks

Peterborough United deservedly secured promotion to the Championship at the weekend following a remarkable game at London Road. Going 3-0 down to Lincoln City, the Posh left it till the 96th minute to pull it back to 3-3 following the award of an extremely dubious penalty.

#ICYMI: Basics

You might think that tapping the ball into the net from a mere six yards away might be easy. But as Benfica forward Haris Seferović demonstrated this week, it’s harder than it looks.

#ICYMI: Monte-waay

Former-Spurs forward Vincent Janssen is now plying his trade in Mexico and it looks like he hasn’t lost his touch. An amazing effort and when 2021 is done, this might go down as Miss of the Year.

#ICYMI: It’s a cracker

The NIFL Premiership provides this week’s buffoonery where Glentoran snatched a late draw at home to Coleraine thanks to this quite unbelievable own goal from Josh Carson. Poor lad.

#ICYMI: Royal flush

Reading’s Lucas João is the unlucky winner of this week’s wooden spoon thanks to his eye-catching labours away at Oakwell, where the Royals drew 1-1 with Barnsley. All things considered, João probably should have done a bit better.

#ICYMI: Feeling Löw

Chelsea’s Timo Werner didn’t know where to look after he spurned this excellent chance in Germany’s recent World Cup qualifier against North Macedonia.

#ICYMI: Joca Bonito

This week’s outlandish piece of skill comes from Leixões attacking midfielder Joca, who takes the rabona to new levels with this superb finish against Benfica B in the Portuguese second tier.

#ICYMI: Thunderstrike

This week’s #ICYMI is possibly the hardest we’ve ever seen a ball kicked. Simply a proper belter from Cremonese’s Michele Castagnetti in Serie B.

#ICYMI: Doing ‘A Terry’

Wolfsburg lost 2-0 at the Fizzy Pop Arena the other day, but things could have been oh-so-different had Wout Weghorst not ‘Done A Terry’ while taking this 25th minute penalty…

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