Argentinean goalkeeper Christian Campestrini reminded everyone why being the man between the posts is one of the hardest jobs in the beautiful game.
With Puebla bottom of the league, a 2-2 draw with league leaders Chivas Guadalajara would have been a brilliant result.
How to score a late winner 藍藍藍 Carlos Fierro pic.twitter.com/36PYid11VX
— Footysays (@Footy_Says) 9 April 2017
Unfortunately Campestrini's blunder, with just 30 seconds left on the clock, allowed Mexican striker (and highly-regarded Football Manager star) Carlos Fierro to score one of the easiest goals of his career. The 36-year-old stopper opted to play the ball out from the back, entirely unaware of the lurking Fierro directly behind him.
Campestrini will not want to watch this one back. But perhaps he should have known better considering his pocket was not the first to be picked from behind over the course of recent footballing history. Robbie Keane, anyone?
The fact Puebla had led Chivas 2-0 earlier on in the match will only make this defeat harder to take for the fans.