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Most of the clips we bring you have one fall guy but this week’s effort goes one better than that with two players making howlers. The action comes from Bolivia where San Jose striker Maxi Andrade finds himself clean through with an opening goal after the keeper goes walkabout on a bizarre wander. Somehow he still manages to miss and make himself look a bit of a fool. 

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