Pemain Jepun Cipta Sejarah Jaring Gol Jarak 57 Meter

Pemain liga Jepun divisyen 2, Ryujiro Ueda, telah mencipta rekod apabila menjaringkan gol pada jarak 57 meter (62 ela) ketika kelabnya Fagiano Okayama menentang kelab Yokohama FC pada hujung minggu lalu.

Lebih menarik gol tersebut dijaringkan hanya menerusi satu tandukan yang sangat menakjubkan.

Penjaga gawang Yokohama FC, Kentro Seki, tidak berjaya menghalang bola yang melantun beberapa kali itu sebelum berjaya menerjah gawang.

Ryujiro Ueda

Ryujiro Ueda


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In news that will make you care about J. League Division 2 football for just over 30 seconds, Fagiano Okayama defender Ryujiro Ueda scored an incredible long-range header against Yokohama FC this past weekend.

While you should spare a thought for Yokohama keeper Kentro Seki, who must be a little embarrassed to have let in a goal from 63 yards that bounced three times, this is also bad news for Norwegian midfielder Jone Samuelsen. On Sept. 25, 2011, the Odd Grenland player proudly put away a header from just over 62 yards out. The Scandinavian’s place in ridiculous goal history has lasted just over a month thanks to 23-year-old Ueda’s extra yard.

Samuelsen’s header isn’t coming to a Guinness Book of World Records near you, but you can check it out below…

Jaringan itu benar-benar menakjubkan atau penjaga gol yang tertidur seketika? Bagaimanapun, gol ini tentu akan diingati sampai bila-bila sebagai satu gol paling menarik di dunia.

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