Man Dies Inside After Butt-Inspired Own Goal In All-Important Prague Derby
On Sunday, the Czech First League had one of its biggest games of the season: the Prague derby between rivals Sparta Prague and Slavia Prague. The match went down at Letná Stadium, home of Sparta, but the visitors — and current league-leaders — Slavia emerged with a 3-0 win.
After Tomáš Souček had given Slavia the lead with a 19th-minute penalty, the game’s pivotal moment arrived in the 55th minute. With Slavia pushing hard to increase its lead, the two-goal cushion finally arrived in bizarre fashion.
It was an own goal from Sparta midfielder Michal Sáček, but more precisely, it was an own goal that was conjured off Sáček’s rear end.
Slavia’s Peter Olayinka hit one in hope, but there was Sáček down on all fours — watching, waiting, expecting — with his derrière raised high in the air. He could only watch in horror as the ball hit his bottom, creating a natural sphincter cannon.
That's how goals are born, child.