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Goal scored with player's private parts

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As any striker will claim, it is not how a goal is scored that counts, but only that the ball finds the net - something Rasmus Munskind will attest to following a weekend victory for FC Tallinn University.

Munskind may be a little sore for his endeavours, but has another goal to add to his career total after using a somewhat less than traditional part of his body to beat the 'keeper in a 4-0 defeat of Paide Linnameeskond II.

It appeared as though Munskind was chasing a lost cause when he sprinted to close down the goalkeeper as the latter wound up to unleash a kick upfield, which instead walloped straight into the privates of the advancing forward.

Munskind imparted an impressed degree of power onto the ball from the balls of his own, with the goalkeeper unable to prevent it flying into the net.

Following his 'strike', Munskind adopted the foetal position in the middle of the penalty area as he tended to his bruised plums, while his teammates crowded round, unsure if to laugh or celebrate.

Watch the video above (from 3mins 10secs), and thanks again to 101greatgoals for spotting this first.

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