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Cox from deep inside the Orient
by Samuel Charles, October 5th, 2012 12:34AM
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[VIDEO PICK: Golazo] Dean Cox of Leyton Orient buries one from inside his own half during a League One win at Walsall.

Cox took one shot during Tuesday's game at Walsall, and it was one he won’t forget. The 60-yard bomb, with an teammate on the ground beside him, helped the visitors win the second division game in England, 2-1.

"Anthony Griffith got smashed on the halfway line and they stopped so I was able to look up and have a touch," Cox said. "The keeper wasn’t off his line much but I thought I’d have a go and it’s ended up in the top corner which was great. ... Maybe they thought the ref was going to give a foul but he played advantage.”

And what an advantage it was. Here’s 11 seconds of footage we smuggled out from deep inside the Orient…



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