Monday, April 8, 2019

WATCH: Choupo-moting Produces The Worst Miss Ever Seen In Football

 WATCH: Choupo-moting Produces Inexplicable Miss

Choupo-moting Produces Miss-of-the-season Candidate With Strasbourg Shocker

This Cameroonian player actually made a inexplicable mistake in the 28th minute which made him to deny his team a goal.

Paris Saint-Germain had a chance to win the Ligue 1 title on Sunday and were it not for Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting, they very well might have. Needing a win to clinch the French championship, PSG could only draw 2-2 with Strasbourg at Parc des Princes.

Choupo-Moting did open the scoring in the 13th minute but the forward more than made up for that later in the first half with a truly inexplicable moment.
Christopher Nkunku was played in behind the Strasbourg defence and chipped over the onrushing goalkeeper.

What happened next defied belief. Choupo-Moting chased down the ball and, in attempting to put the ball in the net, inadvertently kept the ball out when it also would have gone in without a touch.
That miss would prove costly as Strasbourg scored two goals later in the first half, making Thilo Kehrer's late goal only an equaliser rather than a title-clinching winner.

After the game, Choupo-Moting just only apologise for his moment of loss.

"It's a shame because we had a lot of opportunities. The fans were still behind us so it hurts," the Cameroonian told Canal+. 
"The goal had a good effect on me. Considering the other shot, at first, I thought it was a pass for me, then I was offside. 
"It was really fast, I'm sorry. It's a shame not winning at home because it's always better."

PSG travel to play second-placed Lille next Sunday with another chance to lock up the title, though it will not come at the Parc des Princes.

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