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Almost the greatest #ICYMI ever. Almost.

FC Alania Vladikavkaz provide this week’s #ICYMI with an ingenious / ludicrous (delete as appropriate) free kick routine that almost, almost pays off. Not sure they can get away with this one again.

#ICYMI: Volleys

You may remember a few weeks back Dimitri Payet smashing in a thunderous volley for Marseilles in what was a real contender for the next Puskás Award. And this week CRB foward Anselmo Ramon shows he knows a thing or two about whacking in a volley from miles out, too. Terrific stuff.

#ICYMI: Barbo-so-bad

Tondela are dangerously close to dropping out of Portugal’s top tier and can do without their attackers failing to do the basics: like passing the ball into an empty net. Rafael Barbosa may live to regret this.

#ICYMI: Nightmare

Of all the moments of idiocy we’ve chronicled in #ICYMI over the years, this has to be up there as one of the most costly. With Inter and AC Milan in a championship race that will go down to the wire, Inter keeper Ionuț Radu threw away two vital points against Bologna which could cost them the title. Nightmarish stuff.

#ICYMI: Bento box

You’re unlikely to ever see a worse miss than the subject of this week’s #ICYMI which comes all the way from Brazil. Portuguesa vs Sao Bento was the fixture and Eduardo Diniz the main star. Remember the name.

#ICYMI: Mad rush

Normal service resumes for this week’s #ICYMI as Western Sydney Wanderers ‘keeper Daniel Margush provides us with a display of such ineptitude that words barely do it justice. Least he didn’t get bother pleading innocence to the ref.

#ICYMI: Stadé Thunderdrome

No buffoonery in this week’s #ICYMI – just pure admiration for Dimitri Payet’s fantastic strike for Marseille against PAOK in the Europa League last night. As pure a hit as you’re ever likely to see.

#ICYMI: Galway Goal

This week’s #ICYMI comes courtesy of the League of Ireland First Division clash between Longford Town and Galway United, as defender Michael McDonnell gifts the visitors the perfect start just 11 minutes in. His blushes would be ultimately spared, however, as the home side ran out 2-1 winners in the end. My my my, what a Galway goal.

#ICYMI: Pefok

The USA’s Jordan Pefok is the star of this week’s ICYMI, seen here making a grand old mess of a clear cut chance against Mexico. A night to forget for all concerned.

ICYMI: Painenka

Montpellier’s Téji Savanier attempted a panenka penalty this week in the Ligue Un fixture against Nice. The game finished 0-0 so we’ll let you guess how well this terrible decision went down.

#ICYMI: Bord’oh!

Bordeaux keeper Gaetan Poussin proves that when things aren’t going your way, they really aren’t going your way. Sitting bottom of Ligue Un without a win since January, Les Girondins lost again this week to Troyes in part thanks to this blunder from their own shot stopper, who turned a decent penalty save into a right faff of an own goal in an instant.

#ICYMI: 11th hour

You’ve probably all seen it already, but why not relive Kepa Arrizabalaga’s dreadful penalty that gifted this year’s League Cup to Liverpool. Not only did the Blue to get near a single penalty to save, the reason he was subbed on, he proceeded to sky Chelsea’s 11th penalty into the stands. Absolutely shocking stuff.

#ICYMI: Perfection

This week, New Zealand women’s Meikayla Moore did what many strive for in football but fail to achieve – scoring the perfect hat-trick. Moore’s feat came in New Zealand’s She Believes Cup match against the USA. Scoring with her right foot, left foot and head. Unfortunately for her it was at the wrong end of the pitch.

#ICYMI: Rules are rules

By the looks of this clip from Argeș vs Mioveni this week, supporters in Romania’s Liga I are enjoying the best of what the game has to offer, including some eagle eyed refereeing. The man in the middle correctly ruled out what would have been one of the most tragi-comic own goals we’ve ever seen.

#ICYMI: Noone shot

You may remember Craig Noone from his Cardiff City days, or Burscough depending on your vintage, but the winger is now plying his trade in Australia’s A-League with Macarthur FC. The journeyman who made it from non-league to upper reaches of the professional game has provided us with an early contender for goal of the year with this exquisite volley. A real gem.

#ICYMI: Blame Canada

Canada are bossing their CONCACAF World Cup qualification campaign and are now unbeaten in the last 11 games. In their last victory they were sent 1-0 up thanks to the spawniest of goals you’re ever likely to see.

ICYMI: Lilongwe out

Check out this goal and a half from Malawi’s Gabadinho Mhango in the opening minutes of their recent AFCON game against Morocco. Sadly for The Flames, the strike wasn’t enough to prevent a 2-1 defeat and exit in the Round of 16, but they’ll always have the memories of this outrageous strike. 

#ICYMI: Afgeefpunt

Sparta Rotterdam are dangerously close to the drop zone in the Eredivisie and could do without catastrophic blunders from goalie Tim Coremans. Shocking handling from the Dutchman.

#ICYMI: Football’s latest Fahd

For some reason four teams from La Liga are playing out a mini-tournament in Saudi Arabia this week and Real Madrid knocked out bitter rivals (and fellow Super League plotters) Barcelona with a 3-2 victory. It should have been 4-2 had Rodrygo not messed up this fine chance at the end of extra time.

#ICYMI: Fumbling

Denizlispor knocked struggling Turkish giants Galatasary out of the cup this week on penalties after a dramatic 3-3 draw in Istanbul. Galatasary threw away their lead in the 98th minute with some horrid defending on the line – ending with an own goal from Dane Victor Nelsson. Sickna.

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