Keeper Delivers Last-Gasp Assist After 12 Seconds Of Dribbling Tekkers

The Belgian Pro League was the site of a hilarious and improbable last-second assist from an attacking goalkeeper.

Michelin, a club in Belgium’s First Division, secured a point on Saturday after scoring in the 92nd minute to salvage a 2-2 draw with Royal Excel Mouscron. The goal was scored by defender Elias Cobbaut, but it was all down to the extended work of goalkeeper Colin Coosemans. 

The 25-year-old shot-stopper came up on a Michelin corner as his side went in search of an equalizer and found himself on the ball near the edge of the box. A clever step-over and turn almost skinned a defender alive, but Coosemans was unable to use his pace to get around his marker. 

But he valiantly regained possession, and the Excel Mouscron defense backed off, seemingly beginning to understand and respect the threat he posed on the ball. However, that space allowed Coosemans to deliver the perfect pass to Cobbaut. Coosemans then celebrated his contribution by getting violently shoved to the ground by a member of his own training staff.

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