Goalkeepers don't get the chance to score all that often. They definitely don't get the chance to do so on bicycle kicks.
Goalkeepers don't get the chance to score all that often. They definitely don't get the chance to do so on bicycle kicks. But in the dying moments of a South African top-flight match on Wednesday, Masuluke Oscarine got his chance to do both.
Oscarine's last-gasp bicycle kick from the edge of the box gave Baroka a 1-1 draw vs. Orlando Pirates in spectacular fashion and in the sixth minute of stoppage time. With Baroka sending everyone into the area on a desperation mission on a corner kick, Oscarine took his place among the attackers. The initial kick was cleared, but Oscarine tracked it before attempting the audacious hit. It found the upper left-hand corner of the net, sparking celebrations at the Peter Mokaba Stadium–and a glorious, choreographed dance by Oscarine and his teammates.
Watch the amazing moment below:
Baroka sits in 10th place through 11 games in the 16-team top flight, while Orlando Pirates, whose four titles are tied for second most in the country's history, is in sixth following the draw.