A Path to Goal

April 4, 2012 at 11:41 am Leave a comment

Most football fans will have known a period of time when their team has struggled to score, so they should relate to German side Magdeburg.

The Fourth tier German side have scored only 16 goals in 25 games this season and to try and remedy the situation, their fans carried large fluorescent arrows to the game and pointed them at their opponents AK07 Berliner’s goal.

It worked! Magdeburg scored in the 78th minute, however they conceded two at the other end! Their 12th straight defeat.

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