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Dog scores back-post header in Argentina

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Didier Drogba was one of the game's most prolific goalscorers with his head - and we've found his canine counterpart, introducing Didier Dog-ba.

This crafty little mutt drifted to the back stick with a suitably animalistic instinct for goal, and nodded home the ball to score the unlikeliest of headers.

Of course, not many dogs get the opportunity to celebrate a goal, so this Argentinian tail-wagger made the most of it.

He strutted across the pitch like Eric Cantona in his pomp - but should the goal have even stood in the first place?

Replays suggest the goal-hungry hound was yards offside at the back stick. Where was the flag?

Nevertheless, the strike counted and Argentina may have found the perfect partner for Lionel Messi at next year's World Cup.

Messi and the mongrel? You never know. Check out the four-legged forward's goal in the video above...

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