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Awesome Thing Of The Day: Best Goal By A Goalie In The History Of French Handball
February 25, 2013
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We freely admit we don't know a lot about European handball. Don't really cover it either. Might be the first time.

But we know an incredible goal when we see one. And this is one of them. Trust us, you might never see something like this again.

From the 1st Division in France, Club Ivry goalkeeper Francois-Xavier Chapon makes a save and scores a goal - all at the same time.

A Chambéry Savoie player takes a shot. Chapon kicks out his leg and the ball goes off his foot, all the way down the court over the other goalie's head and...

Goaaaaaaallllllll !

via bleacherreport.com

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