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Oct
09

Give an Assist to the Beach Ball


Sunderland Beach Ball GoalDuring Saturday’s Liverpool/Sunderland match in the English Premier League the Liverpool goalie was powerless to stop a shot from Sunderland’s Darren Bent early in the game.

The goal, which proved to be the difference in the game, was controversial because after Bent shot the ball it ricocheted off  a beach ball that had fallen on the field, before redirecting into the goal. The league officials later said that there should have been a drop-ball after it hit a beach ball en route to the goal.

[Daily Star]


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