Estonian Club Scores 15 Seconds Into Cup Match Without Touching The Ball
It was a dream start for FC Levadia in the third round of the Estonia Cup on Tuesday. Hosting fellow top division side Paide at the Kadriorg Stadium in Tallinn, the visitors kicked off proceedings and promptly put the ball into the back of their own net after stringing five passes together.
You should admire Paide’s emphasis on trying to build their attack from the back, they just need to iron out a few minor details like communication, awareness and basic positioning before they advance into that middle block.
Unfortunately, they won’t have any more time to work on such things in the Cup as they were eliminated on the day, 3-1.