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The Best Stoppage-Time Goalkeeper Goal You’ll Probably Ever See

August 12, 2015

Last week’s top soccer moments

By Dan Stelly | Photo via Voetbal Primeur

Stoppage-time strikes from goalkeepers are always great, but this is a new peak. ADO Den Haag’s Martin Hansen produced a ridiculous, flying backheel in the 95th minute to salvage a point against PSV. [Source: Streamable]

Lorient goalkeeper Benjamin Lecomte produced an excellent double-save — with a little help from both posts — to deny Lyon. [Source: Streamable]

Philippe Coutinho helped Liverpool smash and grab their way to three points with an outstanding, long-range effort. [Source: Streamable]

Monaco attacker Stephan El Shaarawy showed us a new method of trapping the ball — good marks for degree of difficulty but a low score for actual usefulness. [Source: Gfycat]

Manchester City’s Toni Duggan picked out the top corner with her blast against Arsenal. [Source: BT Sport Football]

Dummies always look better in slow motion. Edinson Cavani’s skillful move was no different. [Source: Streamable]

Cross → half-volley layoff → side volley to the far corner. Tom Rogić’s beauty was the pick of the day in Celtic’s win over Partick Thistle. [Source: Gfycat]





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