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Goalkeeper follies in Scotland & Brazil
May 3rd, 2007 9:15AM
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[VIDEO]. Aberdeen's Darren Mackie scored without immediately realizing it in last Saturday's Scottish Premier League 3-0 win over Kilmarnock because, while he was walking back down field, Kilmarnock keeper Alan Combe hurled the ball into the back of Mackie's head, from which it rebounded 8 yards into the back of the net. Matching Combe's in the super blunder was Cruzeiro goalie Fabio. After giving up the third goal in a 4-0 loss against in the Brazilian derby against Atletico Mineiro, Fabio was walking back to his goal area to fetch the ball. But his teammates had kicked off with a different ball. Fabio didn't notice an Atletico player had intercepted the new ball until he saw the shot blaze past him and into the goal [VIDEO]. An angry Fabio then picked both balls out of the net.



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