I'm sorry, but this is getting silly now.
We've seen some pretty terrible own goals in our time (mostly because they were scored during our doomed assault on the local six-a-side league title) but we can proudly say we've never scored one quite this bad. Just.
Romanian keeper Radu Mitu collects comfortably after a tame shot and looks to launch his side on their way with a swift counter-attack.
But rule one on the the first page of 'How to counter-attack' quite clearly states that mid-way through your throw, do not have second thoughts and try and stop yourself. Because this will happen. No wonder he is in tears afterwards.