It is a rare thing for a goalkeeper to score a goal but it is not an impossible feat.It happens ocassionally.Scoring goals is the core role of strikers as they are at a position that they can score.
Yesterday night Sevilla played away against Real Valladolid which was lucky to score the first goal and therefore they were ahead of Sevilla.The home team through Chilean midfielder Fabiana Orellana put the host in front with a penalty at the 44th minute of the game.
Sevilla striker Luuk De Jong missed two open chances to put the visitors back into the game after heading against the woodwork from point blank range then glancing Suso cross wide of the far post.
Luckily, it fell to Sevilla goalkeeper Bono who composed himself to find the back of the net and became the hero for the magical late equaliser which saw Sevilla get a point.
The goal came after a corner kick from Jules Kounde amidst the scramble at the post which normally happens at that moment.Bono made a record to become the first keeper to score in open play in La Liga in more than a decade.
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