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The unluckiest trio of the week
by Samuel Charles, March 13th, 2013 11:47PM
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TAGS:  off the post, video


[VIDEO PICK: Off the Post] Three victims cursed to different fates include a Greek striker who hits every bit of the woodwork without scoring, a fan in Spain who wishes he wasn't, and a young star in Germany who's brought to his knees by a teammate in painfully embarrassing fashion.

There are many different ways to suffer for this sport that we love, today’s three short clips make that all too plain.

This forward for Egeas Plomariou took a shot that ended up hitting the woodwork not once, not twice, not three times but a miraculous four times without going in.

We've decided this is now the honorary clip for our "Off the Post" section ...

An AC Milan fan watching the fourth goal for Barcelona on Tuesday reminds us all that doing whatever it takes to watch the game with the opposing fans isn’t always awesome ...

Finally, Mario Goetze is a 20-year-old star with a bright future for Borussia Dortmund, but teammate Robert Lewandowski blasted this ball into a delicate portion of Goetze’s other future in Saturday’s 2-1 loss to Schalke 04.

That facial expression is just priceless ...

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