This might be the dumbest own goal you have ever seen.
Minnesota United - who will join MLS next season after playing in the second-division NASL - lost 4-0 to Bournemouth in a friendly game. Minnesota goalkeeper Sammy Ndjock lost his handle of the ball, leading to a legendary own goal.
Maxime H. - 07/19/2016
Minnesota United FC Twitter account recapped the doomed throw as an “awkward moment”. It clearly sounds about right.
« Born in Yaoundé, Ndjock graduated from Lille's youth categories, and made his senior debuts with the club's B-side in the 2006–07 campaign, in Championnat de France amateur.
« He joined Turkish Süper Lig side Antalyaspor in August 2010, and made his professional debut late in the month, starting in a 0–0 home draw against Trabzonspor. He played 7 games in his debut season, and repeated the same amount in his second. In his third, he made 15 games.
« In August 2013, Ndjock moved to Fethiyespor, freshly promoted to TFF First League, in a season-long loan deal. He was an undisputed starer during the campaign, also playing the full 90 minutes in a 2-1 Turkish Cup success against country giants Fenerbahçe. Ndjock signed with Minnesota United on 9 March 2015. »
Well, Ndjock is also able to make great saves tho: