Zalgris striker Kamil Bilinski had a moment to forget after scoring against St Patrick’s last night.
The 25-year-old Pole was understandably ecstatic after putting his side 2-1 ahead in the 70th minute of their Europa League qualifier, pouncing on a save that fell loose in the six-yard box.
But, as he wheeled away towards the fans, Bilinski forgot that he had moved from grass to concrete, proving disastrous as he attempted to climb onto the advertising hoardings and into the crowd.
Indeed, the forward completely stacked it, smashing into the boards behind the goal and injuring himself in the process.
It would get even worse, as the visiting Irish side grabbed a late equaliser.
Without wanting to belittle the Europa League, the final score is irrelevant to your average football fan, because the moment Bilinski stacks it is pure gold.
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