The goalkeeper who has admitted TWO GOALS from the center line in just 90 seconds
- Masahiro Okamoto was left completely humiliated in the second division of Japan
- The keeper conceded twice from the center line within 90 seconds
- His side eventually lost 3-0 after the remarkable quickfire attacks
For goalkeepers, a goal from the center line is one of those completely humiliating experiences that they hope to forget in a flash.
But imagine the feeling for the keeper when that happens twice, and unbelievable in just 90 seconds.
That was the case on Sunday in the J2 League of Japan, as Ehime shot-stopper Masahiro Okamoto gave up two goals against half the line against Montedio Yamagata.
Shun Nakamura scored this strike from the center line in the 61st minute on Sunday
Ehime goalkeeper Masahiro Okamoto backtracks after the opponent had taken the strike early
The goalkeeper was miles outside of his penalty area during the Japanese second-division game
The ball bounces into the empty net to make Okamoto completely red at the weekend
The first attack beat Okamoto completely overwhelmed. After his team lost the ball in the opposition half, Shun Nakamura immediately went for the spectacular.
His daring attempt in the Japanese second-class match lobbied the Ehime goalkeeper, who was miles outside of his own penalty area before the ball rolled straight into the empty net.
And remarkably within 90 seconds, Tatushiro Sakamoto replicated his teammate attack with a leftist attack.
Tatushiro Sakamoto then scored from across the center line within 90 seconds later
Despite the lack of strength or the loft, his left foot attack somehow defeated Okamoto
But this time the player didn't get close to so much loft or power – but the ball somehow trickled past Ehime's keeper.
The two strikes in the second half ensured that Montedio Yamagata hit comfortable 3-0 winners against Ehime.
It would not have been a pleasant experience in the dressing room of Ehime after the last whistle …
Okamoto sees the ball again dripping into the empty net and putting it 3-0 on Sunday
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