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Keeper Blunder: Bad bounce for Dutchman
December 8th, 2010 1:33AM

TAGS:  netherlands, uefa champions league, video


[VIDEO PICK] FC Twente goalkeeper Sander Boschker -- a 40-year-old who has played more than 500 Dutch league games -- didn't do so well in his Champions League debut on Tuesday.

Twente didn't have chance to advance to the knockout stage of the Champions League anyway -- Inter and Tottenham having already clinch passage -- but that may be small consolation for Boschker, who whiffed on a back pass from captain Peter Wisgerhof that bounced a bit.

"I thought I had the ball but obviously that wasn't the case," Boschker said after the 3-3 tie.

  1. Kerry Ogden
    commented on: December 8, 2010 at 12:16 p.m.
    I had watched this game last night and couldn't believe it happened but the ball looked like it took a slight hop right when it got to the keepers foot, What a cold night it was for both Teams. They should have these games in the summer not the winter!

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