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Morocco Goalkeeper Mehdi Ouaya Scores Mind-Blowing Own Goal, It's Straight Out Of FIFA Pro Clubs

Jack Kenmare

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Morocco Goalkeeper Mehdi Ouaya Scores Mind-Blowing Own Goal, It's Straight Out Of FIFA Pro Clubs

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In a moment of utter madness, Rapide Oued Zen goalkeeper Mehdi Ouaya scored one of the most bizarre own goals in football history against relegation rivals Hassania Agadir.

The 30-year-old will want to forget this one in a hurry.

With his team trailing 1-0, visitors Agadir were putting the hosts under some serious pressure on Friday night when Ouaya's teammate delivered a questionable backpass to the experienced shot-stopper.

Image credit: Twitter
Image credit: Twitter

Then, in what can only be described as something you would likely see in a game of FIFA Pro Clubs, goalkeeper Ouaya blasted the ball into the back of the net. What was he thinking?

Relegation strugglers Rapide Oued Zen went on concede another in the Botola Pro clash but as you can imagine, Ouaya's bizarre antics between the sticks grabbed the headlines.

Ouaya may find comfort in the next bizarre clip involving a goalkeeper.

Last year, Dumbarton's Sam Ramsbottom had a debut to forget in Saturday's Scottish League One clash against Forfor after an unfortunate incident involving a teammate.

The 24-year-old former Macclesfield and Alfreton shot-stopper had a nightmare in the 57th minute. In fact, some are calling it the greatest own goal of all time. Let me explain.

After dropping the ball in his area with plenty of time and space, Ramsbottom was eventually closed down by a Forfar player but instead of clearing the ball up field, he booted the ball at teammate Ryan McGeever.

The ball bounced off McGeever's back and trickled into the back of net.

No, this actually happened. Just take at the footage look.

Ramsbottom tried his best to stop the ball with a desperate dive but it wasn't enough.

To add insult to injury, McGeever's unfortunate effort turned out to be the only goal in the game as Forfar left The C&G Systems Stadium with a huge three points in their bid for survival.

Topics: Football

Jack Kenmare
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