Fri Sep 10 01:11pm EDT
This video is already spreading across the Internet like a duet from Justin Bieber and a zombified Liberace and will soon be on every blooper reel created from now until the end of time. For good reason, too. It's a smidge embarrassing.
In a tense match between Maghreb Fez and FAR Rabat to decide who reaches the quarterfinals of Morocco's Coupe du Trone, they had to go to a penalty shootout to decide a winner. During that shootout, FAR goalkeeper Khalid Askri thought he came up with a big stop and immediately began to celebrate his triumph, turning his back on the goal, patting his chest and kissing his badge in an abundance of pride and dripping self-confidence.
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What he didn't see is that the ball had some wicked spin on it and actually bounced back into the goal after his initial block. After some confusion, the referee awarded the goal and Askri's team ended up losing the shootout 7-6.
Video via Unprofessional Foul