Dartford keeper Deren Ibrahim has stunned at the weekend after he managed to score a free kick from inside his own half.
The long-range strike turned out to be the winning goal for the Darts against Chippenham Town in the National League South.
The free-kick caught out opposition’s keeper Brad House, who is on loan from West Bromwich Albion, flying straight over the keeper’s head.
Watch the goal on the videos below…
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One fan even timed it right when he did a live video on Facebook…
The video of the stunning goal has gone viral, receiving over 1,000 likes and clocked up nearly 70,000 views on Twitter alone.
As quoted by KentOnline, the keeper said: “That was the best performance we’ve had. We’ve tried to do a few different things but today was a real hard-working Dartford performance and that’s what the managers deserve.
“I don’t think the players have been good enough for them since they’ve come in. We’ve let them down on occasions.
The Gibraltar stopper currently holds the record for conceding the fastest-ever World Cup qualifying goal to Belgium’s Christian Benteke which was just 8.1 seconds into his international debut back in 2016.
It isn’t the first time Ibrahim has scored from inside his own half, one fan took to the tweet a clip of the goal he scored from over two years ago against Hungerford, there was other stunned reaction – check out what they’re saying on the next page.