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Producer Jamie Producer Jamie | 09:00 UK time, Tuesday, 11 September 2012

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image description Brazil’s never been known for it’s goalkeepers…

An own-goal from a keeper is always great value for the Christmas blooper DVDs. This example may just be the craziest around.

Have you ever seen a keeper throw the ball into his own net?
image description It’s the national anthems – remixed!

There must have been something seriously wrong with the CD player Andorra were using when they hosted Hungry. The skipped national anthems

created a very awkward moment.
image description Stoppage time winner

Everybody loves the drama of a winning goal in stoppage time, but how about when the goalkeeper scores it?

Especially when he does it like this!
image description Welcome to Serbia

Ashley Williams tweeted of the odd welcome Wales received in Serbia ahead of their World Cup qualifying match.

Will the Serbs burst Wales’ bubble?
image description Crawling into the net

Russia’s second XI recorded a 4-1 win over Turkey under-21s at the weekend. The pick of the goals was this from Aleksey Sapagov.

We all remember doing this down the park, don’t we?
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