​You're bound to get your fair share of abuse if you're a goalkeeper. The last line of defence, and one mistake normally means you concede a goal for your team, and sometimes, they are unfairly judged.


But on some occasions, they are absolutely, completely, totally and utterly to blame, and none more so than in an U16 international fixture between North Korea and Uzbekistan.


It was the final group game of the AFC U16 Group Championships, and Uzbekistan were already through, with the winners playing Iraq in the quarter finals. Midway through the first half however, the North Korean keeper Jang Paek Ho would concede one of the strangest goals ever to be seen in football.

Uzbekistan keeper Jasurbek Umrzakov had the ball in hand, and sent a long punt downfield, only for Paek Ho attempt to header the ball before it bounced way off of his line. Understandably, he miss timed his header, but what happened next is even more embarrassing for the youngster.


As he chased the ball back, he slipped on the wet surface not just once, but twice, before making a last ditch attempt to jump on the ball, and failing miserably, letting the ball roll slowly into the net.


North Korea went on to lose the game 3-1, and as for Poor Paek Ho, he was substituted in the second half. Oh dear, oh dear, oh dear.