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Aster Vranckx Produces Quite Possibly The Worst Miss In Football History

Aster Vranckx Produces Quite Possibly The Worst Miss In Football History

Aster Vranckx produced quite possibly the worst miss we've ever seen today.

The 17-year old was playing against Oostende in the Belgian top flight and had the most perfect chance to open the scoring in the second half.

With the opposition goalkeeper in no-man's land after coming out to punch the ball, Vranckx eyes' lit up when it rebounded off the crossbar and right into his path.

But somehow, with an open goal that was harder to miss than to score, he managed to fluff his lines in incredible fashion from about three yards out.

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After controlling the ball with his chest, he inexplicably fell on the ball when he went to apply the finish and though his reaction was one of sheer shock and frustration, it was absolutely hilarious scenes.

To make matters worse, the stinker of a miss proved crucial as Mechelen would go on to 1-0 courtesy of a goal conceded in the 95th minute from on-loan Celtic defender Jack Hendry.

Vranckx, meanwhile, has gone viral on social media for all the wrong reasons today, with fans in complete disbelief as to how he didn't find the net.

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Vranckx will definitely be having nightmares tonight...

Topics: Football News, Belgium, Football, Miss

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