Beerschot's Nicoletta den Ridder somehow manages to scoop a rebound over the bar from a yard against Ajax. Oops
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20 crisp finishes that made the headlines for all the wrong reasons
It’s already the stuff of legend: Chris Brass scoring the funniest own goal of all time and breaking his nose in the process. Poor bloke. Still funny though.
This Hungarian Cup Quarter Final between Debrecen VSC and FC Fehervar appeared destined for extra time after Debrecen squander the chance to edge ahead from the penalty-spot. But then...
Sochaux's Jean Calve, in attempting to intercept a penetrating Lille through-ball, only succeeds in spectacularly lobbing his own goalkeeper from 20-yards. Hell of a finish mind...
Drawing 1-1 with France after 89-minutes, China's Yun Wan hits the self-destruct button, sending this sweet volley past his own 'keeper. Thierry Henry quickly added a third to rub salt into the wound...
French Franck - who had a habit of walloping home the odd spectacular goal or two in the Premier League for Middlesbrough - thunders in another long-ranger for Lens at Bastia. Shame it was in the wrong net...
Metrostars' Nicola Caricola ends up with football pie all over his face after this well-executed scoop over his own goalkeeper gifted the New England Revolution a goal in April 1996.
Arguably the greatest own-goal of all time until Chris Brass' nose-breaker entered the charts. Forest Green's Wayne Hatswell leathers the ball into the top corner whilst attempting to spank the ball out of the ground.
Never has an own goal had such tragic repercussions. Escobar's blunder against the USA in the '94 World Cup knocked Colombia out of the tournament and soon after cost the defender his life...
Germany goalkeeper Marc-André ter Stegen lets Benedikt Höwedes's backpass slip past him during a 4-3 loss to USA in Washington.
Utrecht's Mike van der Hoorn comically stumbles over on his own goal-line, gifting AZ Alkmaar their fourth goal in a 6-0 mauling.
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