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Eidhur Sigurbjornsson headbutts crossbar after conceding early goal

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Most players know the gut-wrenching feeling when you fall behind to an early goal. You know there will be a mountain to climb in order to recover and win the game, but it is important to keep your composure. 

It seems like someone obviously forgot to tell Icelandic international Eidhur Sigurbjornsson that on Monday night. 

He plays for Orebro FC in the Swedish Allsvenskan, and they were up against GIF Sundsvall at home. 

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Orebro haven't had the strongest start to their domestic campaign, and with only one win in their last five, the visit off GIF Sundsvall was welcomed, with Joel Cedergren's men also struggling. 

But it was the same old story for Orebro, and they fell behind in the third minute courtesy of a strike from Pa Dibba, and Sigurbjornsson did not take it well at all. 

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As the ball rolled into the net, Sigurbjornsson jumped up and planted his head on the crossbar in frustration. Luckily, the defender walked away unhurt, but this could have been far worse. 

Ultimately, it did get far worse for the home team, and GIF Sundsvall walked away with a 3-1 victory, to leave Sigurbjornsson's team rooted to the bottom of the table. 

Watch the moment of madness below! 

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