A South Carolina high school soccer team flawlessly executed a double-bicycle kick goal in a game Tuesday night.
James Island Charter High School senior Yasir Al-Kameshi crossed the ball into the box with a bicycle kick, where senior William Le used the same move to knock it into the net. James Island went on to win the playoff game 3-1.
"The reaction was utter disbelief," James Island coach Todd Robinson told The Post and Courier. "The first bicycle kick is remarkable in itself, because it’s so athletic. And then when Le follows it up so cleanly, on a 1-2 play like that ... it was amazing."
James Island advances to face River Bluff in the Lower State quarterfinals.
- Dan Gartland