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Goalkeeper Saves Three Penalties In A Row After They Were All Retaken During UEFA Youth League Match

Goalkeeper Saves Three Penalties In A Row After They Were All Retaken During UEFA Youth League Match

RB Salzburg goalkeeper Daniel Antosch brilliantly saved three penalties in a row after they were all retaken during their UEFA Youth League match against Lyon.

Florent da Silva had three attempts to score from the spot but failed to hit the back of the net on each attempt on Wednesday.

All three penalties were retaken due to encroachment from Antosch, who prevented the Lyon man from scoring on each occasion.

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Needless to say, Antosch's heroics in goal sent social media wild.

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One Twitter user wrote: "He should have let someone else take the last one at least."

A second tweeted: "Should never be allowed to play again."

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A third added: "Should have been retaken as they encroached on the 3rd attempt."

Three penalties, three saves - great work from the 20-year-old Austrian stopper.

Featured Image Credit: BT Sport

Topics: Football News, Football, RB Salzburg, Lyon, Penalty, UEFA Youth League

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