Bicycle kicks are exciting to watch but they are seen quite rarely in so many football matches happening around the world. Probably the rarity adds to the excitement. What is more rare is two people going for a bicycle kick at the same time and the ball ending up in the net. Sounds like Shaolin Soccer? It actually happened in the Thai Premier League when Defensive midfielder Kitsada Hemvipat and Brazilian Leandro Assumpcao, who were near each other when a cross came in, went for the spectacular at the same time. The due who play for Nakhon Ratchasima FC, eventually managed what looked like an outrageous goal out of the effort against Buriram United.
A video of the goal came out when it immediately went viral on social media.
As the saying goes, two heads are better than one ??
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Think you’ve seen it all? Wait till you see this wonder strike(s).
A stunning double overhead kick goal featured in a Thai League first division match Wednesday between hosts Nakhon Ratchasima and visiting Buriram United pic.twitter.com/8ooIpUYGTT
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Straight Outta ?? Captain Tsubasa! ??
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Players in the Thai League out here playing Shaolin Soccer in real life ?pic.twitter.com/ukGpHQpltM
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The goal, however brilliant it might be, came too late in the game and Buriram United emerged victorious with the final scoreline reading 3-2. With the win, United are now two points clear at the top of the league table with 54 points in 27 games.